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    Abide in Christ

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    Abide in Christ compares Ist John 2:26-28 to Ist Corinthians 2:9-16 to prove both John and Paul taught the faithful must have the mind of Jesus Christ. This relaxed sermon regarding the anointing of the Holy Spirit and righteous judgment is designed to strengthen our Christian walks by explaining "he that is spiritual judges all things ( especially "seducing" ministers ) yet he himself is judged of no worldly man."

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    Abide in Christ [2016] compares Ist John 2:26-28 to Ist Corinthians 2:9-16 to prove both John and Paul taught the faithful must have the mind of Jesus Christ. This relaxed sermon regarding the anointing of the Holy Spirit and righteous judgment is designed to strengthen our Christian walks by explaining "he that is spiritual judges all things ( especially "seducing" ministers ) yet he himself is judged of no worldly man."



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    Abide in Christ – Pastor J. Visser @ Covenant People's Ministry

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    Abide in Christ [2016] compares Ist John 2:26-28 to Ist Corinthians 2:9-16 to prove both John and Paul taught the faithful must have the mind of Jesus Christ. This relaxed sermon regarding the anointing of the Holy Spirit and righteous judgment is designed to strengthen our Christian walks by explaining "he that is spiritual judges all things (especially "seducing" ministers) yet he himself is judged of no worldly man."



    MP4 | 2016

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