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Christ's Death Provides 'Burned-Over Zone'

This story paints a vivid picture that reveals our helplessness before the devastation and comprehensiveness of God's Law. But it also shows how that helplessness creates the space for God's amazing grace and the freedom:

I'm a little like the duck hunter who was hunting with his friend in a wide-open barren of ...

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David Grassley

March 02, 2016  10:56pm

Nice picture of Christ's atonement.

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