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Sermon Hungry Heart

Everybody’s Got A Hungry Heart [Sermon, 7/1/12]

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Paul wrote the Colossians to confront a false religion of invoking angels. These invocations were being done because people thought Jesus wasn’t enough. This same type of thought pervades our own society, where people with hungry hearts are searching for more than what Jesus offers. In this sermon, Greg talks about the fullness that Jesus brings.

 

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