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Romans 15:
God has been faithful in the Past so if we will be FAITH-FILLED in the present we can be FULL-FILLED in the future.
We are better off on our worse day WITH GOD than we are on our best day WITH-OUT GOD.
Medical Science is always trying to add years to our lives but only God can add Life to our years.
We always ask “why do bad things happen to good people” but what we should really ask is “what happens to bad things when they happen to good people?”
We not only need to have hope but we need to be hope dealers.
We have hope because we know that in the end everything is going to be okay.
So if it’s not okay than it’s not the end.
Romans 15:14-
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