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Lessons From Cornelius


Cornelius was a good and moral man whom we read about in the New Testament. Despite his goodness, Cornelius was lost in sin before his obedience to the Gospel. His conversion is recorded in Acts 10 and it is the first example of a gentile obeying the Gospel of Christ. Not only did he obey the Gospel, but also did his family. In this program Barry Gilreath discusses with BJ Clarke the wonderful example of Cornelius and his remarkable qualities that are worth immolating in our own family today.

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