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Not What We Expected

What happens when Jesus opens our eyes to recognize him?

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Introduction

I. What prevents us from seeing Jesus?

II. How can we recognize the resurrected Jesus?

Conclusion

Steve Abbott is Senior Pastor of First Baptist Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

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Center Point Chrc

March 20, 2017  2:13pm

I plan to use this for Easter.

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