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If God has called you a ministry, do you fear you must you do it in your own strength or can you be sure God will be with you? Have you had a ministry in the past that just didn't seem to work out? Do you wonder if maybe God had not called you at all or perhaps He has given up on you? We are in Acts Chapter 15 where the Council at Jerusalem is trying to decide if the new Gentile believers who have just come to faith in the Jewish Messiah need to keep any of the Old Testament Laws. Is it faith in Jesus plus anything else, in order to be sure that we get to heaven? How did this affect the fellowship between Jewish and Gentile believers?  We will be discussing these and other topics live on Friday 10/18/13 from 4:30pm-5:30pm with your host Joe Curtis. If you cannot listen live you can hear it anytime at www.blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew

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