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The Glory of Jesus in The Gospel Message

     This is an overview that looks at the unique way that Paul magnifies and elevates the Person and the Work of Jesus. These are critically important letters to the churches he founded and taught. They are critically important to us today.

    Paul shows us the complete freedom and the certain inheritance we have as God’s adopted children. 

    Paul gives a compelling motivation to magnify Jesus in our lives, as we strive to serve His Kingdom to reach and love  a dying culture.

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