Episode: Episode 107: What can I expect in the year ahead? Blake Hardcastle on Romans 8:32


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Episode 107: What can I expect in the year ahead? Blake Hardcastle on Romans 8:32

In this episode of "In the Word, On the Go," pastor of spiritual formation, Dr. Blake Hardcastle, discusses how God is generous with his children. Blake says, "Sometimes we can feel like we are on our own. But that's not true at all. God gets pleasure from providing for us. God allows difficulty so that we would feel our need of him. God is not stingy."

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