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Contributed by Rick Warren on Sep 22, 2008
God wants us to love him passionately, with all of our heart. Using Mark 12:30 and Romans 12:11, Pastor Rick looks at a list of passion killers, things that rob us of joy, and teaches us how to reignite our passion for God. The service ends with communion
Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 11, 2002
How God Makes a Way When There Seems to Be No Way - Phil. 2:13,14
Contributed by Dr. Stanley Vasu on Jan 6, 2002
This sermon is about the keys to experiencing the impossible becoming possible in our lives because with God nothing shall be impossible
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