Gospel Movie “The Gospel Messenger” Clip 3 – How Pastors and Elders Treat the Return of the Lord
The Lord has returned in the last days, uttering many truths and doing the work of judgment. It should stand to reason that since pastors and elders serve the Lord, are so well-versed in the Bible, and frequently interpret it for others, they should be able to recognize the coming of the Lord and be able to lead believers to welcome Him. But how do these pastors and elders actually treat the return of the Lord?
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“The Gospel Messenger” Clip 3 – How Pastors and Elders Treat the Return of the Lord was last modified: July 29th, 2019 by Find the Shepherd
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