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John the Baptist faithfully witnessed to Christ. He is the one foretold in Isaiah 40:3 and Malachi 3:1. But Jesus is the fulfillment of the promises of the OT. The Lord is in His temple.
Sunday morning Bible study on March 3, 2019 at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Fenton, Missouri. Taught by Dr. Kevin Armbrust.
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Dr. Kevin Armbrust
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Dr Ambrust leads his Bible Studies light hearted but serious manner for the congregation meeting at OSL.
“Believe that when you read God’s Word that it will do something to you”, is something that really stuck out to me one time.
I very much recommend Our Savior in Fenton as a home church, and this is one reason why.