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St. Timothy Anglican Church

St. Timothy Anglican Church

Moving the world by showing people the cross within us.
The Rev. Edward A. Fitzhugh
10:00 AM Sundays
4301 Meadowbrook Drive,
Fort Worth, TX 76103
edward_fitzhugh@yahoo.com
6824291081
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John 3:16–21 begins with the most easily recognized portion of any holy book on Earth: John 3:16. This is a one-sentence summary of the entire gospel. Still, the verses which follow are just as critical for understanding the Christian message. Christ wasn’t sent to judge the world, but to bring salvation. This is an expression of God’s incredible love. However, those who do not believe in Jesus Christ are condemned in the eyes of God. Human preference for sin causes many to choose darkness over the Light.

 

For a more detailed explanation select the link below.

 

“John 3:16” Bibleref.com

What does John 3:16 mean? | BibleRef.com

Exodus 13 3a
Exodus 12 21
Exodus 12 13

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