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07-18-2015, 12:41 PM
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Mischievous Madness examines Ecclesiastes 10:8-20 to contrast fools with wise men and highlight the characteristics of both. Yahweh's Word teaches common sense thus this sermon explains the importance of keeping a positive image when representing Christ to the lost. Also proven in this hasty discourse is "fools reap what they've sown" towards others and gossip (or slander) is forbidden by Israelite Law.

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07-18-2015, 12:42 PM
Mischievous Madness [2015] examines Ecclesiastes 10:8-20 to contrast fools with wise men and highlight the characteristics of both. Yahweh's Word teaches common sense thus this sermon explains the importance of keeping a positive image when representing Christ to the lost. Also proven in this hasty discourse is "fools reap what they've sown" towards others and gossip (or slander) is forbidden by Israelite Law.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37eCqHIdMiY

MP4 (http://archive.org/download/cpm2015/mischievous_madness.mp4) | 2015

CPM Studio
09-22-2018, 08:26 PM
Mischievous Madness – Jeromy Visser @ Covenant People's Ministry

http://www.covenantpeoplesministry.org/

Mischievous Madness [2015] examines Ecclesiastes 10:8-20 to contrast fools with wise men and highlight the characteristics of both. Yahweh's Word teaches common sense thus this sermon explains the importance of keeping a positive image when representing Christ to the lost. Also proven in this hasty discourse is "fools reap what they've sown" towards others and gossip (or slander) is forbidden by Israelite Law.

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