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Isaiah, Part 1 #55: The City of God

Friday, June 14, 2013 Series: Isaiah, Part 1: Judgment-But Hope Reference: Isaiah 28-29
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If Jerusalem is the city of God, why would God say, “woe to you, O Jerusalem?” Kay Arthur tackles that question, as she presents more of a series in Isaiah called, Judgment-But Hope.

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