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Dan Towle, Gerald Chan, Benson Phillips, Summer Training 2010

Dan Towle, Gerald Chan, Benson Phillips, Summer Training 2010

In this message, young adults testify of their experiences in their localities and the coworkers give an encouraging word. (Dan Towle speaks of having a gospel-centered church life and Benson speaks about the prayer he made as a young man that affects his life to this day.)

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9 Responses to Dan Towle, Gerald Chan, Benson Phillips, Summer Training 2010

  1. Living To Him says:

    We collected a few comments from some young adults immediately after the fellowship:

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  8. Rodrigo A. Conde says:

    Praise the Lord for the burden that has been imparted to all the saints in Lords Recovery in every locality by locality. We must continue steadfastly for enjoying the Lord’s dispensing in every moment by moment. Our lack of enjoying the Word of God causes us to become stuck in our church life. How we need the grace and mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ to overcome this stagnant church life due to contamination of the world. We need to cooperate with the divine dispensing of the Lord Jesus. Amen

  9. Tim R. says:

    Messages like this remind me that much of the content on this website is timeless. It doesn’t matter that this fellowship was given in 2010, it will always be applicable until this age comes to a close.

    Are we desperate and living uniquely for the gospel? Are we willing to lower our standard of living for the sake of this? O Lord!

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