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What to do when you feel that God does has forgotten you

by 21st Century Churchpublished on December 10, 2019

The story of Hagar reminds us that God cares, God sees, and God hears. Pastor Oneya unpacks two relevant themes from the remarkable story about the God who sees. Story Source- Old Testament Bible, Genesis 16:13-14.

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