Easter 2019 - Desperate for Deliverance (3.31.19)

Easter 2019

March 31, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger • Isaiah 37:14-20

When Hezekiah and the people of Judah were on the brink of destruction, the humbled king took time to ask God for deliverance. In our lives, it may seem like a simple thing to do: asking for help from God. But how often do we do it? When faced overwhelming circumstances, we must have faith that God can deliver us.

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