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Hearing and Responding to God: Part 7 (Final)

Hearing and Responding to God: Part 7 (Final)

Here’s Greg’s final installment of this series (for real). Today he discusses our default settings when taking action. Do you generally do what is reasonable and seems right unless God says no, or do you wait and not act until you sense that God says yes? Hear what Greg has to say about that. You can view previous installments of this series hereherehereherehere and here.

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