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Authentic Faith

Authentic Christians are transformed by the Holy Spirit.

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Introduction

I. What does authentic faith look like?

II. Authentic believers are marked by consistent service.

III. Authentic believers have been drawn to the gospel by the Spirit.

IV. Authentic believers have transformed lives.

Conclusion: authentic believers communicate their faith.

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