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Brannon Howse: August 28, 2015
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Abnor Chou joins us for this third program in our verse by verse study of 2 Timothy. In this episode we pick up with verse three and look at what is Biblical grace? What is Biblical mercy? Why is grace and mercy not about everything we have or could do? How could Paul be thankful while even in prison? Ministry is a high calling because the fruit is eternal and it is about serving Christ. Learn how Acts 2 and the speaking in tongues was a sign of the unity of the church in Christ. How was the speaking in tongues in Acts 2 connected to what happen at the Tower of Babel? Topic: We take your calls.

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