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June 22, 2015

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Jerry Carpenter

Thanks for sharing your insights about this scripture passage. I studied it in seminary years ago so I remembered some of what you shared but your use of the Greek to bring about more knowledge was very helpful. I am preaching about this on Sunday and will also use it to think about healing and how God brings it about in our lives today. Many blessings.

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