Acts 16:30

Acts 16:30
Sirs, what must I do to be saved?
Acts 16:30

After Thought

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This is the most important question one can ask.
Every dog or cat in a shelter needs someone to save them and give them a forever home. Likewise we need a Savior to deliver us from the captivity of sin and give us a forever home.
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~ Pastor Bob
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