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Today, Pastor Al Dagel brings the fourth installment in his series on "The Lord's Prayer". This is time well spent, as is any time in prayer! Share these with a friend!

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Israel's King was always God, until they wanted a king like other nations. Today, Pastor Al Dagel reminds us that there is one King worth serving. This is part three of the short series on "The Lord's Prayer". You can always go back to the start of this series! Listen now, and remind your friends. Hit "Share"!

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Today, Pastor Al Dagel continues in a short series on "The Lord's Prayer". Listen now.

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Today begins a short series on what is commonly referred to as "The Lord's prayer." Pastor Al Dagel brought this to us in 2012, and it is our delight to bring it back this week. Now would be a good time to tell others about "Moments of Grace".

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Today, Pastor Al Dagel tackles a bit of confusing language in Psalm 82 and challenges us to submit to God in all that we do.

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Oh, to be presented faultless. In Christ, all things are possible. Short & sweet, thanks to Pastor Al Dagel.

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The Bible points to Jesus, the Son of God as Messiah, Savior & Redeemer, among other designations. Listen to the truth about Jesus now, as we "Behold the Son".

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Philippians 2 strikes again, as Pastor Al Dagel finds fresh insight into being more like Jesus here. Enjoy "His mind in me".

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Today, Pastor Al Dagel admits that he always preaches the same truth. His "Hero of the faith", the Apostle Paul, set the pattern in I Corinthians 2:2. Look to the core of the message, and you will always find Christ crucified and risen again in "The unchanging message"! Listen now!

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Abraham obeyed God and displayed great faith. Pastor Al Dagel helps us see that he was told even more than he fully understood, but that his Seed would bless us. He may not have fully known, yet he believed, and so must we!

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