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A Word for Students - Love Worth Finding - June 23, 2012

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June 23

A Word for Students

“The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion.” - Proverbs 28:1 

Our government has tried to judicially remove God from the public school. But do you know that will never be done? Because you can’t keep Christianity out of schools unless you keep Christians out.

If you are a student, let me challenge you to speak out boldly and confidently about Jesus Christ. You are His special messenger of love to teachers, fellow students, custodians, cafeteria workers, and more.

Some of these people may have gone to church on Sunday, but all they found was a cold, dead religion. They didn’t find Jesus.

Will you be Jesus to them this week? Others may have never stepped into a church; will you invite them to your church?
 


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