Garrett Kell - September 29, 2013
How Sinners Are Declared Righteous (Romans 3:1-31)
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Finding sin in others is usually pretty easy, but blindness to our own spiritual condition doesn't excuse us before God. God calls us to be a people who not only know His Word, but obey it. Thankfully there is grace for all kinds of sinners.
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