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Mark Four: A Biblical Understanding of Conversion
Mark Four: A Biblical Understanding of Conversion
Ephesians 2:1-4; John 3; Luke 14; Romans 8
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Wednesday Evening Service,  September 2, 2020

Conversion is the linchpin of the gospel. It carries eternal weight. We do not want to require more or less in our response to the gospel than Jesus requires. A Biblical understanding of true conversion leads to a lifetime of assurance through the church.

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