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Good Riddance

Finding our way to God's place of blessing

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Introduction

I. Going where you're supposed to be—the place of God's blessing

II. The journey to the place of God's blessing almost always comes with risks.

III. God will take you where he has called you.

Conclusion

Lee Eclov is pastor of Village Church of Lincolnshire in Lake Forest, Illinois and author of Pastoral Graces: Reflections on the Care of Souls (Moody Publishers). Eclov also leads a gathering of pastors for mutual support and learning called Pastors' Gatherings. To find out more about these Gatherings visit his site www.leeeclov.com.

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