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Like Sinner, Like Savior

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Randy Skeete

Evangelist and revivalist from Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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  • February 12, 2016
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00:00 Our loving Father in Heaven, we are so grateful for the gift of life. We thank You, dear God, for forgiving our sins, for being merciful, for being patient, for being long suffering, as we bow in Your holy presence, dear Father, we ask You to grant us Your spirit in abundance, that You may direct our thinking, Father, that as spiritual things are discussed, that they may make sense to us. We also ask Lord, for a contingent of angels that excel in strength, to guard us as we worship You, so we may do so in safety. Father in Heaven, as for me, forgive my sins, dear God, have mercy on me, Father, use me for Your glory alone. As I speak, let me speak with no consciousness of self but with the consciousness of Jesus Christ; that He deserves all the glory. Use me I pray, dear Father, and let the powerful words soften the hearts of those who are listening. Bless my little brother, Benjamin, dear God, thank You for the effort he made, continue to give him growth in spiritual things. I pray in Jesus’ name. Let God's people say amen and amen.

 

01:16 Our subject: like sinner, like Savior. John 17, the entire chapter is really the Lord's Prayer, read it sometime; read it several times; read it slowly; read it microscopically; read it prayerfully; a beautiful chapter. Jesus Christ talking to His father, John 17:16, Jesus prays “They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. “ Christ expresses a similarity between Himself and His followers. “They are not of the world”—the same way—“I am not of the world. 17Sanctify them through Thy truth: Thy word is truth. 18As Thou hast sent Me into the world, even so have I also sent them into the world.” Now we have a broader area of similarity. Jesus is saying the same way You sent Me, that's precisely the same way I send them. By saying that, Christ is establishing a very powerful truth, that the relationship between the Father and the Son must be replicated in the relationship between the Son and the believer. The relationship between Christ and God must be reflected in the relationship between Christ and the believer. Let's go to John 15:8 “Herein is My Father glorified, that ye bear much fruit; so shall ye be My disciples. 9As the Father hath loved Me, so have I loved you: continue ye in My love.” We have that similarity again. Jesus is saying, the same way the Father loves Me that's how I love you. I repeat: the relationship between God and Christ must be reproduced in the relationship between Christ and you. John 15:9 “As the Father hath loved Me, so have I loved you: continue ye in My love. 10If ye keep My commandments, ye shall abide in My love”—that's the relationship between the believer and Christ. What is it based on? (obedience)—“even as I have kept My Father's commandments and abide in His love.” Here again we have the same teaching emphasized, the relationship between God and Jesus, I say again, must be reproduced in the relationship between Christ and us. Jesus said the same way the Father loves Me, that's how I love you. The same way I abide in My Father's love by obedience, that's how you abide in My love. The same way I am not of the world, you are not of the world. Let me say it one more time: the relationship between God and Christ must be reproduced in the relationship between Christ and you. Our subject: like sinner, like Savior. Our purpose is to emphasize the closeness between Christ and us. If you have never thought during the series, think tonight. Let us go to Job 14:1. While you're searching for Job, let me set up a scenario for you. Let me take this and put it right here. This represents one group. Then I'll take this and put it right here, this represents another group or another person. This is the sinner, this is the Savior. Now, Job 14:1 “Man that is born of a woman is of few days, and full of trouble.” Man that is born how? (of a woman) What is this? (sinner) How is the sinner born? (of a woman) Let's go to Galatians 4:4 “But when the fullness of time was come, God sent forth His Son, made”—or born—“of a woman, made under the law”—sinner, tell me something about the sinner (born of a woman), Savior (born of a woman). Galatians 4:4 again “But when the fullness of time was come, God sent forth His Son, made of a woman, made under the law. 5To redeem them that were under the law”—let’s review. Begin with the first characteristics: sinner (made of a woman), Savior (made of a woman); sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law). Every time I add, the list gets longer. So you have to really use your brain: sinner, made of a woman; Savior, made of a woman; sinner, made under the law; Savior, made under the law. Like sinner, like Savior. Let's go to Hebrews 2:11 “For both He that sanctifieth and they who are sanctified are all of one: for which cause He is not ashamed to call them brethren.” Let's get more information about how much they are one. Hebrews 2:14 “Forasmuch then as the children are partakers of flesh and blood, He also Himself likewise took part of the same”—let’s start from item #1: sinner (made of a woman), Savior (made of a woman); sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law); sinner (flesh and blood), Savior (flesh and blood). Three characteristics so far: made of a woman, made of a woman; made under the law, made under the law; flesh and blood, flesh and blood; meaning He shares a nature with us. James 1:13-15 and this is the brother of Jesus writing, the Bible says, “Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth He any man: 14But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed. 15Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death.” That verse or passage tells us that people are tempted. Let's go to Matthew 4:1, the Bible says “Then was Jesus led up of the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil. 2And when He had fasted 40 days and 40 nights, He was afterward an hungered. 3And when the tempter came to Him, he said, If Thou be the Son of God, command that these stones be made bread. 4But He answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.” Very clearly, the Bible tells us that Christ was tempted. We read in James humanity is tempted. We've added a 4th characteristic. Let's review from characteristic 1) sinner (born of a woman), Savior (born of a woman) 2) sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law) 3) sinner (flesh and blood), Savior (flesh and blood) 4) sinner (tempted), Savior (tempted). What's our subject? Like sinner, like Savior. Hebrews 11:6, it's a very familiar passage you should know it without looking, “But without faith it is impossible to please Him: for he that cometh unto God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.” Romans 1:16, 17 “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. 17For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith.” So we've just established we are to live by faith. Let's do some reasoning. Go to John 8:29. John is my second favorite book after the book of Genesis. Jesus Christ said, “And He that sent Me is with Me: the Father hath not left Me alone; for I do always the things that please Him.” We read in Hebrews 11:6 “But without faith it is impossible to please Him…” Let's put two and two together, Jesus says, I do always the things that please Him. How did Jesus do that? (by faith) Yes, so what kind of life did Jesus live? (a life of faith) Now we have five items: 1) sinner (born of a woman), Savior (born of a woman) 2) sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law) 3) sinner (flesh and blood), Savior (flesh and blood) 4) sinner (tempted), Savior (tempted) 5) sinner (lived by faith), Savior (lived by faith). Yes, lived by faith. You’re doing very well. Let's look at the next item as we continue: like sinner, like Savior. Let's go to verse Luke 18:1, the Bible says, “And He spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint.” What did Jesus say we ought always to do? pray and not faint. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 says “Pray without ceasing.” Matthew 6:9 “After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy name.” The Bible tells us we are to pray. Let's go to Luke 11:1 “And it came to pass, that, as He was praying in a certain place, when He ceased, one of His disciples said unto Him, Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples.” Christ was praying. Go to Matthew 14:22 “And straightway Jesus constrained His disciples to get into a ship, and to go before Him unto the other side, while He sent the multitudes away. 23And when He had sent the multitudes away, He went up into a mountain apart to pray: and when the evening was come, He was there alone.” Jesus went up into a mountain apart to pray. We have another item added to the list: 1) sinner (born of a woman), Savior (born of a woman) 2) sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law) 3) sinner (flesh and blood), Savior (flesh and blood) 4) sinner (tempted), Savior (tempted) 5) sinner (lived by faith), Savior (lived by faith) 6) sinner (prayed), Savior (prayed). Let's add # 7. Let us go to Mark 16; Mark is the shortest gospel of the four. Mark was not one of the 12 disciples. Mark 16:15, 16 “And He said into them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. 16He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.” So we are called upon to be baptized. Let's go to Acts 2:37, 38  Peter is delivering that powerful sermon on the day of Pentecost and there's a pause in the presentation and in verse 37 the Bible says, “Now when they heard this, they were pricked in their heart, and said unto Peter and to the rest of the apostles, Men and brethren, what shall we do? 38Then Peter said into them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.” So we have a requirement for sinners to be baptized. All right, let's go to Matthew 3:13 “Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jordan unto John, to be baptized of him. 14But John forbad Him saying, I have need to be baptized of Thee, and comest Thou to me. 15And Jesus answering said unto him, Suffer it to be so now; for thus it becometh us to fulfill all righteousness. Then he suffered Him. 16And Jesus, when He was baptized, went up straightway out of the water: and, lo, the heavens were opened unto Him, and He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lighting upon Him: 17And lo a voice from heaven saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.” Jesus was baptized. We're told to be baptized. Now, let's review from item #1: 1) sinner (born of a woman), Savior (born of a woman) 2) sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law) 3) sinner (flesh and blood), Savior (flesh and blood) 4) sinner (tempted), Savior (tempted) 5) sinner (lived by faith), Savior (lived by faith) 6) sinner (prayed), Savior (prayed) 7) sinner (baptized), Savior (baptized). And the list is not over. So far we have 7. Perfect number but we make it even more perfect. Let's add another one. Let us go to Romans 6:23 “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Romans 5:12 “Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin”—so the Bible tells us sinners die. Let's look at our Savior, reading from Revelation, the last book of the Bible, the book in which all the other 65 books find their fulfillment. Revelation 1:17 “And when I saw Him, I fell at His feet as dead. And He laid His right hand upon me, saying unto me, Fear not; I am the first and the last: 18I am He that liveth, and was dead”—Jesus says, I was dead. Sinners die. Jesus died. Let's review now item # 1. I only want the men to answer. Only the men, disciples, apostles: 1) sinner (born of a woman), Savior (born of a woman) 2) sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law) 3) sinner (flesh and blood), Savior (flesh and blood) 4) sinner (tempted), Savior (tempted) 5) sinner (lived by faith), Savior (lived by faith) 6) sinner (prayed), Savior (prayed) 7) sinner (baptized), Savior (baptized) 8) sinner (died), Savior (died). Yes, good, good brothers, well done. The church needs strong men, families need strong men, society needs strong men, and a strong man is not someone who can dead-lift ten thousand pounds but someone who can take on responsibility. We have 8 so far. Let's add another one. Let's go to 1 Thessalonians 4:16 “For the Lord Himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first.” Dead people will experience resurrection. 1 Corinthians 15:20 “But now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the firstfruits of them that slept.” Christ was resurrected. Sinners are resurrected. Let us go down that list again. This time, sisters, follow the lead of your men. I'm listening closely. 1) sinner (born of a woman), Savior (born of a woman) 2) sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law) 3) sinner (flesh and blood), Savior (flesh and blood) 4) sinner (tempted), Savior (tempted) 5) sinner (lived by faith), Savior (lived by faith) 6) sinner (prayed), Savior (prayed) 7) sinner (baptized), Savior (baptized) 8) sinner (died), Savior (died) 9) sinner (resurrected), Savior (resurrected). Amen. I mean that genuinely. Now, let’s pray.

 

27:18 Holy Father in Heaven, we thank You for the excitement of Bible study, as I move into this last phase of this message let the Spirit work even more assiduously, dear God, I mean let Him work perspiringly, that minds may understand what is about to be delivered. In Jesus’ name I pray amen.

 

27:45 Let's go back to Acts 2:37, 38 “Now when they heard this, they were pricked in their heart, and said unto Peter and to the rest of the apostles, Men and brethren, what shall we do? 38Then Peter said unto them, Repent”—go to Acts 3:19, this is Peter preaching again, “Repent.” Let's go to Matthew 4:17 “From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.” Now, we're told we’re to repent. When I said sinner, you said born of a woman. (Savior) born of a woman, (sinner) made under the law, (Savior) made under the law, (sinner) flesh and blood, (Savior) flesh and blood, (sinner) tempted, (Savior) tempted, (sinner) lived by faith, (Savior) lived by faith, (sinner) prayed, (Savior) prayed, (sinner) baptized, (Savior) baptized, (sinner) died, (Savior) died, (sinner) resurrected, (Savior) resurrected. No problem at all. Let's add one more, to sinner, which is repent. Let's go down the list, everybody. 1) sinner (born of a woman), Savior (born of a woman) 2) sinner (made under the law), Savior (made under the law) 3) sinner (flesh and blood), Savior (flesh and blood) 4) sinner (tempted), Savior (tempted) 5) sinner (lived by faith), Savior (lived by faith) 6) sinner (prayed), Savior (prayed) 7) sinner (baptized), Savior (baptized) 8) sinner (died), Savior (died) 9) sinner (resurrected), Savior (resurrected) 10) sinner (repented), Savior—why did you shake your head? What’s # 10 for sinner? (repented) Savior—we need consistency. You can't tell me it's the same for born of a woman, made under the law, flesh and blood, tempted, lived by faith, prayed, baptized, died, resurrected, and then back off repentance. Did Jesus die? (yes) Why did He die? (sin) The only reason anyone can die is because of sin. Jesus died because of sin. Let me hasten to ask, because of whose sins? (our sins)—because Christ never sinned. If He can die for sins He didn't commit, why can't He repent of sins He didn't commit—because death is more severe than repentance? If Christ can die for sins He did not commit, why can’t He repent of sins He did not commit? Jesus Christ did repent of the sins He took, not the sins He committed. Did Christ commit any sins? (no) Then for whose sins did He die? (our sins) Christ is an example for the believer. Was He an example in resisting sin? (yes) Was He an example in the way He conducted Himself? (yes) Was He an example in baptism? (yes) But what has to precede baptism? Repentance. Why are you telling me that Christ was an example in baptism, He was an example in His earthly life, He was an example in resisting sin, but you will not say He was an example in repenting, when repentance must precede baptism? Jesus told John the Baptist suffer it to be so now, for thus it becometh us to fulfill all righteousness. There was one item missing which was baptism because the other items were already in place: confession and repentance, not of His sins but of sins He took. Desire of Ages, p. 111, para. 2, “Christ did not receive baptism as a confession of guilt on His own account.” He received baptism but not as a way of confessing His own sins. The writer goes on to say, “He identified Himself with sinners, taking the steps that we are to take, and doing the work that we must do.” [DOA 111.10:2] What are the steps we are to take? The quotation, again “Christ did not receive baptism as a confession of guilt on His own account”—it was of someone else's guilt which He took—“He identified Himself with sinners, taking the steps that we are to take.” What steps are we to take? Think of baptism what steps are we to take? (confession, repentance) and then baptism. Manuscript Releases Volume 21, page 196, para. 2. When Jesus said thus it becometh us to fulfill all righteousness, here's what the writer says, “In fulfilling ‘all righteousness,’ Christ did not bring all righteousness to an end. He fulfilled all the requirements of God in repentance, faith and baptism, the steps in grace in genuine conversion.” [21MR 196.2] Christ went through the conversion steps for us. Our Savior repented, but not of His sins, He repented of our sins the same way He died because of our sins, and the same way He was baptized because of our sins. It makes no sense to say, Christ was baptized because of our sins, Christ died because of our sins, and then say, He did not repent of our sins, makes no sense. When studying the Bible we must reason. My brothers and sisters, let me tell you something about repentance. Repentance is not something the carnal nature can do; the carnal nature does not repent. Repentance is a gift from God; without the help of God no man can repent. Romans 2:4 “…not knowing that the goodness of God leadeth thee to repentance?” I repeat, repentance is a gift from God. Acts 5:30, 31 “The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye slew and hanged on a tree. 31Him hath God exalted with His right hand to be a Prince and a Savior, for to give repentance to Israel, and forgiveness of sins.” Repentance is a gift from God. The carnal nature cannot repent. No sinner can repent without divine help. And so Jesus Christ repented on our behalf so that when we say I'm sorry. I turn away our repentance is accepted on the strength of the repentance of Christ. When you or I confess a sin that confession is accepted on the strength of the confession of Christ. No one can go to God and confess because it is not in the carnal nature to confess. It is not in the carnal nature to repent. It's not in the carnal nature to feel sorry for sin. By the way, if there's a sin we keep committing and we're not sorry, ask God to give us sorrow. Selected Messages Volume 1, page 393, para. 3 “Christ pardons none but the penitent, but whom He pardons He first makes penitent.” [1SM 393.62:3] Ask God to make you sorry because sorrowful sin does not come from the carnal nature it is a gift from above; that's why Christ had to do it. He confessed our sins. He repented of our sins. He was baptized because of our sins. He went through the steps of conversion because of our sins. He died because of our sins. He never sinned. And so the sinner is made of a woman, the Savior was made of a woman; the sinner is made under the law, the Savior came under the law; the sinner is flesh and blood, the Savior was and remains flesh and blood; the sinner is tempted, the Savior was tempted; the sinner is to live by faith, the Savior lived by faith; the sinner is required to pray, the Savior prayed; the sinner is required to be baptized, the Savior was baptized; the sinner dies, the Savior died; the sinner will be raised, the Savior was raised; the sinner must repent, the Savior repented and confessed. This tells us how Christ identified with us. My brothers and my sisters, we’re discussing God, the One who said Let there be light, the Creator, the One equal with the Father, He came so low as to be made sin for us. 2 Corinthians 5:21 “For He”—God, the Father—“hath made Him”—Christ—“to be sin for us, who knew no sin”—Christ knew no sin, somehow the Father made Him sin. 1 Peter 2:24 “Who His own self bare our sins in His own body on the tree”—Christ literally took our sins and because He identified with our sins He had to go through the steps: confession, repentance, baptism. And so when Christ stood on the banks of Jordan before He began His public ministry, He was baptized; and the Father looking down from the portals of Heaven was pleased with what the Son had done and a voice came ringing through Heaven this is My beloved Son in whom I am well pleased. Every time a soul is baptized, genuinely baptized in the name of the Father and of the Son, those words from the Father apply to that person: this is my beloved Son why? because you are accepted on the strength of the baptism of Jesus. And so as Jesus identified Himself with us we must reciprocate by identifying ourselves with Him. He identified with us as sinners, we identify with Him as a conqueror. Christ came and He took our sins; we are not to take the sins, we are to take His righteousness (amen!). He took our sins. He identified with our sins; we are to identify with His victory. Remarkable thought that a sinless Christ said to His Father, I am sorry. Why? Confessing the sins He took with which He identified. We are told in Isaiah “He was numbered with the transgressors.” That's how closely He identified with our sins. God looked down and saw a sinner on that cross and turned away. Now, Jesus says to us as I identified with your sins, you identify with My victory, identify with My righteous life and walk and live the life that I came to make possible for you to live, which is a victorious life. My brother, my sister, whatever your weakness is, whatever the besetting sin is, Jesus confessed it, He repented of it, on your behalf. Now, through faith in His Word, you accept that fact so that when you confess, when you repent, you are doing it knowing that confession and repentance was laid down by Christ for you and you place your confession on that, you place your repentance on that, and that is what makes it acceptable to the Father. No one needs to leave this place tonight weak, despairing, never ever hoping to conquer; Christ conquered, and we are to identify with His conquest. Christ was victorious. We are to identify with His victory. The same way He identified with our sin, we identify with His victory (amen). I thank God for this arrangement; only a God can devise a plan like that. Right now Christ is in, the Bible calls, the most holy place. There's a temple in heaven, very clear from the Bible in Hebrews 9. And Christ is interceding on our behalf. The merits of His victorious life, His sinless life, His voluntary death, His tremendous resurrection from the dead, when Christ came from the dead He came up victorious over death, hell, sin, satan and the grave. He was victorious over everything that is of satan. And He stands to make that victorious power available to those who will connect to Christ, by faith and surrender. My brother, my sister, there is no power on earth as great as the power of the life of Jesus Christ; no nuclear power, no atomic power, no hydrogen power, the power of the victorious life of Christ is available to you and to me to conquer every sin, large and small. And so tonight, Jesus is looking down and He says My son, My daughter, have you yet identified with My victory? Have you identified with My righteousness? Have you identified with My conquest? Have you identified with Me as a Savior as I identified with you as a sinner? Without an identity, which is a matter of faith and surrender, no one can conquer sin and no one can be fitted for a place in God's Kingdom. Let me say it again differently: only as we identify by faith accepting what Jesus Christ did, making it ours by accepting it as ours, in other words, Christ died for you—forget the hundreds sitting around you. Christ died for you. He repented of your sins. He confessed your sins. He was baptized for you. He died because of your sins and He rose victoriously for you, personally. Unless you accept that, there is no possibility of having a place in God's kingdom; and so tonight I call upon you in the name of this Jesus who identified with our sins that we might identify with His righteousness. I call upon you in the name of Jesus Christ who became one with us as sinners, that we become one with Him as a victor; in His name I ask you, make a decision tonight to truly give your life to Christ who has already confessed your sins and repented of your sins but is waiting for you to accept that because He cannot force it on you. The merits of that, work in your life and mine when we accept it; and the moment I accept that Christ repented of my sins, then my natural urge is to say I am so sorry for my sins, I confess them, and I place my confession on the confession of Christ. Soon after Christ was baptized He went into the wilderness tempted, forty days later He emerged and He began His public ministry. Some of us, we need to do the same thing. We need to be baptized before we consider plunging into service for God the way we would love to, before we consider mission service ,before we consider whatever branch of service to Christ, some of us need to consider being baptized, or rebaptized with this understanding of what Christ has done for us. I'm sure many of you have been baptized; you were baptized as children, you had no clue what you were doing, some of you were baptized because your friends were baptized, you wanted to be baptized with them you did not know what you were doing; some of you were baptized because you were forced by your parents who did not understand salvation cannot be forced. Whatever the situation, I am convicted and convinced there is someone listening to my voice who needs to make a decision to be baptized or rebaptized and thereby identify not only of the baptism but the confession and the repentance that precede baptism. Identifying with your Savior, in His victory as He identified with you in your sin; yet, He remained sinless. Someone needs to make a decision tonight and say, Father, I desire to be baptized. Christ confessed on my behalf, He repented on my behalf, I accept that confession, I accept that repentance, and I want to take the next step and be baptized so that my confession, repentance, and baptism are all accepted to You on the strength of what Christ has done for me. Aren't you glad for the plan of salvation? May I see your right hand? Aren't you glad for this arrangement that God has made that a sinless God can take your sin and yet remain sinless but yet be treated like a sinner so that you, a sinner, can take His righteousness and be treated as a righteous person? 2 Corinthians 5:21 “For He hath made Him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him.” The same way Christ was treated like a sinner, when we accept His sacrifice we are treated as righteous.

 

51:07 Loving Father, we thank You for like sinner, like Savior. We thank You, dear God, for the tremendous extent to which Jesus Christ identified with sinners that we might identify with His righteous, sinless life. He identified with our weakness that we might through faith identify and connect with His power. We thank You for the decisions that have been made tonight, dear God, for baptism and rebaptism. We thank You for those who said we'd like additional information that we may quickly come to the place where we make an intelligent decision to obey God and to live according to His commandments. Father, bless all those who responded, bless all those who heard the word. As we leave let us meditate on the word, dear God. Please, Father, hear this humble prayer. We offer it in Jesus’ name. Let God's people say amen and amen.

 

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