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Battlefield - God Says He Will (PM)

Noah Kim

November 12, 2017 • Noah Kim

Tonight, we are so privileged to have Ps. Noah Kim with us from Sunnybank Uniting Church in Brisbane. Noah shares about how fear plays a part in the battlefield of the mind and how capturing God's promise that 'He Will' is a key to defeating it. Large portions of content for this sermon series is being drawn for Ps. Steven Furtick's book 'Crash the Chatterbox'. This book is available at all our Sunday services and at all good Christian book stores.

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