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- Transcript My brothers in Christ. This is Bishop Anthony Macklin. Hey, listen, you might get some background noise. We're out celebrating our son Brandon's 33rd birthday. We got to do these things because family is so important. But listen, if it's primed and ready to preach on tomorrow, we're going to be continuing that series in Hebrews. I'm in. Bruce, chapter ten now. I think it's between verses 35 and 36, and the message is entitled don't throw it away. Palm Sunday is always a blessed time at the sanctuary. Bring your family, bring your friends. Not only Palm Sunday, but Communion. We're going to have an awesome experience, but I need your help. Our brothers and sisters in Mississippi, and I've gotten phone calls today from Arkansas, they're asking that would help them. Some people have lost everything. We're going to reach out to the city of Silver City and we're going to do all we can to make sure that we send supplies, water, canned goods, medical supplies, anything that you can think of that a family who's lost everything. Bring it to the church on this coming Saturday from nine to twelve. And then on Easter Monday, we're going to pack that truck, we're going to send it on. If you want to give, of course you can put it on a Giblified line at the church. We want to be a blessing to people. You'll hear more about it on tomorrow, but begin to reach out. God bless you, we love you. See you tomorrow at the sanctuary. To repeat. Press Pound. To opt out. Press star. This message transmitted by one call, now powered by onsl.
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