Advantages in Christ's Departure
Advantages in Christ's Departure
John 16:16-33
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Sunday School,  November 23, 2014

There are times in all of our lives when circumstances look very bleak leaving us with confusion, frustration, stress, and a sense of helplessness. This is the way the disciples of Jesus felt when it was made known that He would be departing from them. Then Jesus revealed that they would be facing great opposition from the world, yet they could be confident knowing that He had overcome the world. In the same way, we are over-comers in and through Jesus Christ transforming any sorrows and cares into joy and victory.

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