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Unlocking God’s Eternal Purpose – Cont. (“Christ the Center” series revisited – Part 5)

We come now to the last definition for the word “center” that we will consider in regards to the centrality of Christ.  This is a powerful and fitting last definition for it leads us to consider the culmination of God’s … Continue reading

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Unlocking God’s Eternal Purpose (“Christ the Center” series revisited – Part 4)

As we explore further the centrality of Christ, I would like to offer a small set of “keys” which can help to unlock much of God’s Word concerning “the mystery of His will”, God’s eternal purpose. One thing about keys is that, … Continue reading

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