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Ray Stedman

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Body Life

Like the members of our physical bodies, each member of the body of Christ is significant and dependent on one another.

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Introduction

I. How do we become part of the body?

II. We cannot have an attitude of insignificance

III. We cannot have an attitude of independence

IV. We must rejoice in our unity and diversity

Conclusion

The late Ray Stedman was pastor of Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, California, and author of several books including For Such a Time as This (Discovery House).

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