Sermon Clip: Mystery of the Miraculous

Sermon Clip: Mystery of the Miraculous

In this week’s sermon clip, Greg Boyd discusses the supernatural gifts of faith, healing, and miracles Christians receive from the Holy Spirit. He describes what each of these gifts are, as well as how we can ask for them and use them in our lives today.

View the full sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/mystery-of-the-miraculous

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