The Tragedy of Unbelief
The Tragedy of Unbelief
Mark 6:1-6
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Sunday Morning Service,  September 16, 2012

Today, the world is divided on the identification of Jesus Christ. Charles Spurgeon wrote, Christ is the great central fact in the world’s history. All the lines of history converge upon Him. All the purposes of God culminate in Him. So why is it that many reject Him as their own Lord and Savior? It all boils down to this truth: There is a major difference between knowing about Him and knowing Him.

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