Francis Chan

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Falling Madly in Love with God

Let the Holy Spirit work a miracle in your heart—loving the God who loves you.

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Introduction

I. Focusing on the inner person

II. Relying on the power of prayer

III. Receiving God's love

Conclusion

Francis Chan is former pastor of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California, and author of Crazy Love and Forgotten God.

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William Sillings

May 31, 2011  6:06pm

Francis Chan seems to have just "the way" of cutting to the chase on spiritual issues like this one. This is a fantastic sermon, a wonderful sermonic treatment of the main point of his book, "Crazy Love." I highly recommend both the sermon and the book.

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