Ken Langley


Rachel Weeping

Inconsolable weeping meets Christ's unfathomable comfort.

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I. Christmas grief

II. God enters our grief

III. Christ comforts the grievers


Ken Langley is pastor of Christ Community Church in Zion, Illinois.

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Clive Insley

January 17, 2014  11:28am

Most helpful in approaching a topic quite easily overlooked. Thank you.

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Rev.Estawri Haroutiounian

April 15, 2013  12:31pm

good, God Blessing

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allan river

December 27, 2012  4:01pm

Very inspiring and informative which help to develop the ordinary christian. This helps with a better understanding of the mind of God and His feelings toward us.

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