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Take The Pressure Off; Take The Limits Off

Matthew 6:24-34

Topics: Father's Day

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We, God’s children, are not designed to live in fear, but we are designed as God-like creatures to live by faith. When God put Adam and Eve out of the Garden, it was cursed outside the garden. They were not made for outside the garden. When you accept Jesus into your life, it’s like saying, “let me back in!” The blessing over rides the earth’s curse.

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