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DGT Episode 165 - Jesus Is Faithful To The End - St. Paul‘s Leadership Legacy II Part 4

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There are many ways to define the secrets of success but Christians have their own definition.  St. Paul lays it out clearly for us in his second letter to Timothy, chapter 4, where he speaks about the crown that is laid up for him in the Lord.  Through all of his life and his many ups and downs, St. Paul witnesses that Jesus is faithful and has carried him through all his adversities.  His words of hope help inspire us in our own journeys as leaders.

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