These revelations may seem too radical to you if you are in a comfort zone. So get out of your comfort zone and enforce Christ's victory in your life.
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Have you ever considered why you were called to be a child of God? Was it to become a powerful preacher of the gospel, to be a missionary in a far-off country or to be a good husband and father or wife and mother?
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