Grace for the Widow: A Journey through the Fog of Loss

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Language: English

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This film, starring Ioan Gruffudd as Wilberforce, narrates the first part of Wilberforce’s truly amazing, grace-filled and gracious life. If God gave us commandments to fallow, which of the 10 commands are we to fallow? We know that expressing gratitude and thanks is where we should start. He’s been a member of the Tabernacle from his teenage years and, as a popular and dedicated pastor, is the safe pair of hands every church requires. This is what distinguishes Christian healing from other types of healing.

Pages: 128

Publisher: B&H Books (January 1, 2009)

ISBN: 0805448462

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