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Crusade Sermon Assign - evils of our enemies If the fear of...

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Patrick Moran Kaitlyn Wilder Crusading Sermon Assignment People of France, I come to you today with an important message from God, the almighty. A disgusting race of people claim ownership to His land, and challenge His will and the will of His people. They have driven our Christian brethren from their homes, tortured and enslaved our wives and children. They have burned our fellow Christian’s villages. They have laid siege to the places most holy to us and made them into temples for false gods and evil spirits. We cannot let this continue to happen. We must reclaim the land that is rightfully ours. God asks you to take up arms and liberate our fellow Christians in the East. The will of God shall protect all who join our ranks and will help overcome the
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Unformatted text preview: evils of our enemies. If the fear of losing your family is too overwhelming, remember the words spoken from our Lord “He that loveth father or mother more than me, is not worthy of me.” Everyone who joins in this pilgrimage will be granted their rightful place in heaven and will enjoy everlasting life. We do not ask that the old or sick, the weak or feeble, women or children, or any Christian unfit to bear arms partake in this journey. The road to Jerusalem will be long and difficult but God will protect you and give you the strength to carry on his mission to rid the Holy Land of all evil. Make steadfast your decision to carry out God’s will for the greater good of the people. May God be with you all....
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