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Daniel 11:1-35

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January 10, 2021 • Dr. Ken Lang

Have you ever tried to fix something yourself? Give it that DIY try! If you watch any of those home improvement shows, they make remodeling a house or fixing a broken window seem easy (but not for me). The best shows are the ones where people tried to fix something themselves and made it worse. That’s what all of us can try to do with God sometimes. We think we need to fix a problem or bring about a promise in our own strength, but we end up making it worse. God is going to see us through in Christ - our future is assured in him. Pastor Ken

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