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Let's Respond to God's Scandalous Love

Senior Leadership

September 19, 2021

There is a spirit in the hearts of unredeemed mankind, and many professing Christians, that continually turns it’s back on God and seeks its own way. This spirit is what the bible terms as “iniquity” or “lawlessness.” And in the book of Hosea, we see this spirit in a people continually turning away from God, and yet alongside it an inexplicable response from Him. In this special chapel service, each of our leaders takes a moment to look at this spirit of defiance and the startlingly passionate and overwhelming desire of God that works so hard to woo a rebellious people back to Himself.

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