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  1. Tim Mcleer on December 1, 2015 at 10:11 pm

    Where I get confused is when Jesus is talking to his disciples and says — I will be with you, I will give you gifts
    and etc etc. Seems like to me he is walking and talking with his disciples and promises them but not directly talking about giving their students (followers of Paul, John and etc) the gifts of the holy spirit which could be called upon us the students.

    I listen to your show a lot and I am a baby christian that knows only a tiny bit—-most important to me is that Jesus shed his blood and died for us to forgive us of our sins and saved us so we could now follow Him to heaven—the only way it could be done was through His unselfish death on the cross.

  2. Doug Lyle on December 1, 2015 at 7:09 am

    There was another man who felt ill-equipped. God’s response to Moses was a simple “I will be with you.” I love that! No pep talks or other forms of “you can do it kiddo!”. Just “I will be with you.” And God’s inference is clear: “If I am with you then your limitations are of no consequence.” God is good!

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