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on-line version of Exploring God's Word is a publication of
David G. Churchill
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congregation meets in your area. As editor, I hope you will join us
in our goals of studying the Bible objectively for the facts and lessons
it provides about God's religion and then using those facts and lessons
to improve our own lives.
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