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Sermon Tone Analysis

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INTRODUCTION
God is no respecter of person, but He does make a distinction between the Righteous and the Wicked
The Righteous are recognized by their Position
where they walk
where they stand
where they sit
The Righteous are recognized by their Passions
Their delight is in the Law of the Lord
It is always on their minds
The Righteous are recognized by their Permanence
They shall be like a tree...
Their leaf shall not wither
They will Prosper
Conclusion
the comparison is a contrast
There is hope for the wicked through Christ Jesus
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