What Shall We Do?
What Shall We Do?
Acts 2:37-41
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Sunday Morning Service,  January 28, 2018

The most important question that anyone can ask is, "What must I do to be saved?" The wrong answer to that question, no matter how sincere someone may be or how correct their doctrine may be in other areas, has serious eternal consequences. Peter, with profound simplicity, will answer that question on the day of Pentecost resulting in three thousand people being saved.

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The Faith That Overcomes Fear
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