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Season 9, Ep. 198

In Romans 8:1-27, we see five ways that the Holy Spirit is at work in the life of a Christian. This will make your heart happy! The five key points were drawn from my key theology professor, Dr. William E. Bell! I am excited to provide a link in the LIFE HELPS section of our website transformthiscity.org! Thank God for the technology that provides access to the living legacy of great Bible scholars like Dr. Bell. You really will be amazed when you go to the website that hosts a vast amount of his work, . You can trust every single lesson you find there by him. He was a conservative theologian who handled the Word of God with great care and accuracy. The Bible reference is hyperlinked to Bible Gateway. It is one of my favorite Bible websites. I think their logo is exceptional! It is as minimalist as you can get, yet so profound in what it represents! (Clarification: at the end the words are "to walk this precarious EARTHLY road.)


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Empowering Encouragement Now segments are based in part on C.H. Spurgeon's Morning & Evening Devotions (public domain.)

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