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Though Christmas is a happy, joyous occasion for Christians, for some it can be the darkest time of the year.
'Joy to the World' is sung every Christmas all over the world, but it is not so much about Christ's first coming as it is his second.
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For this week’s TGC Word of the Week Podcast, Jason Meyer preaches on 1 Timothy 1:15-17 at Bethlehem Baptist Church.
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