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Leviticus 4vs22-35 - Bible study

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Finishing Leviticus 4, the discussion about intentional and unintentional sins continues. Led by Aaron Eime. Notes for this study can be found at https://www.christchurchjerusalem.org/sermons/bible-studies/leviticus-and-god-called/ Blessed by our teachings? Consider saying thank you with a small (or large) donation. www.christchurchjerusalem.org/donate/

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