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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Pentecostalism: William Seymour

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What our wedding vows suggest about how God relates to us.
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Something surprising happens in a wedding ceremony. The bride and groom, after great preparation and full of love for each other, step forward to be united in marriage. And at the climax of that ceremony, they put conditions on their love for each other. These conditions are exchanged as vows. These vows take the unconditional love of the bride and the groom and make it practical. continue reading >>

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