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Following Hard for All that He is

"Following hard" describes the most glorious journey you can have in this life! King David’s words in Psalm 63:8—"My soul follows hard after thee"—reflects what it means to have a relationship with God that thrills the soul, no matter what life throws at you. I’m glad you’re here and pray you will find fresh hope and encouragement for your journey. Join me as we “follow hard” for all that He is!


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Spiritual Repercussions- Why It Matters What We Do With Our Salvation

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