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What Kind of Heart Does God Desire?

In crisis moments we are challenged as people of God not simply to just survive, but to actually thrive.

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Introduction

I. The moment of glory

II. The message from God

III. The humbled heart

IV. Advising God?

The Anglican Assistant Bishop David Zac Niringiye retired from the pulpit seven years ago in order to fight for social justice in Uganda.

David Zac Niringiye:
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