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A Journey of Hope

Like a marathoner set your heart on one thing—finishing the good journey of enjoying God's presence.

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Introduction

I. A journey of desire

II. A journey of surprise

III. A journey of contentment

Conclusion

Mark Mitchell is pastor of Central Peninsula Church in Foster City, California.

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Keith Mannes

February 09, 2015  5:46pm

Really good stuff. Thanks so much!

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