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Jesus and the Final Judgment (With Greg Laurie)

Jesus and the Final Judgment. This life on earth is not all there is. What we do on earth counts and we will be judged by it in eternity. Taken from the message “How to Wait for Christ’s Return” from the Ready or Not! Series by Pastor Greg Laurie.

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