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“I am very impressed by Dr. Dean’s easy way of explaining complex Bible issues to a simple believer like me.” Listener in Germany for whom English is a second language. 

1 Peter 4:7 by Robert Dean
In light of the fact that the end is near, how should we react? Wringing our hands and running scared? Listen to this lesson to learn that a high priority in our life should be our prayers. See that these prayers are to be based on clear thinking, being disciplined, and be Bible-based, all of which are a result of growing spiritually. Hear the progression of the order of events in the end times, including Jesus bringing all demonic powers into subjection. When events in the world start to overwhelm us, realize that prayer is designed to handle the problems of life.
Series:1 Peter (2015)
Duration:1 hr 6 mins 16 secs

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