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Not Forsaking the Assembly
What if church isn't about you? Pastor Rory's Pentecost sermon explains from Hebrews 10:19-25 that part of being a Christian is to consider one another, specifically how to provoke each other to grow in love and good works. We do that only by being together and encouraging each other when we are.
Scripture references: Hebrews 10:19-25
Related topics: Pentecost | More sermons from Rory Martin | download audio from series: " Off-Series Messages"
These are sermons delivered off-series. We'll break from our regular series for holidays, a guest speaker, or just because we need a break.
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