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Speaking to the Soul: Martyrs

This week I will be thinking about true martyrs — people that honestly suffered and quite often died for something they believed in that was greater than themselves

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Speaking to the Soul: Defending Hope

It is my conviction that worship, when it expresses the sentiments of the soul, turns lives around, untangles psychological knots, and brings wholeness – all by itself. Over time what is stuck or frozen begins to thaw and move and grow again. I have seen that happen, and so I know it to be true.

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