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Is The World's Best Better Than Gods Worst? (With Greg Laurie)

Corrie ten Boom once said that “A life is not measured by its duration, but its donation.” It can be hard to live life and go through hard times, but we need to always remember that God’s worst is better than the world’s best.

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