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Tear Down Your High Places

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You’re making progress. Good. But there is some issue in your life that you haven’t addressed – some issue that you have been unwilling to deal with. Some sin that you’re letting hang on. In Judah, there were a number of good kings. But even the good kings did not take down the “high places” … Continue reading Tear Down Your High Places

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