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We all encounter difficult seasons and circumstances in our life. When we face these difficult times, how do we hold on to hope? Read David Jeremiah’s article below to learn 5 Psalms for hope in hard times. https://t.co/LM40MYJzmL

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David Jeremiahhttps://www.davidjeremiah.org/
Founder of Turning Point | Delivering the unchanging Word of God to an ever-changing world
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