Zach Williams - "No Longer Slaves" (Live from Harding Prison)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jason focuses on the power of an encounter with God’s love and the impact thankfulness has on our lives. The message was taken from Luke 17:11-19

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“Love is the one thing that we’re capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space.” Dr. Brand from the film, Interstellar.

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God Has Favorites & So Do I

While holding hands with my family, I told my wife she was “the one” I loved, that I loved her best, she was my favorite. Then I looked at my oldest daughter and I told her the same thing. I moved on to my son and finally my youngest daughter repeating myself as I went. You are “the one” that I love…

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His Desire Is To Be Loved

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