Graham Cooke: ‘Be of good cheer’ means take courage, receive courage.

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There is a calm, a peace, that needs to come into our own soul, and then there is a courage. Jesus was often saying, Be of good cheer, I have overcome the world. ‘Be of good cheer’ means take courage, receive courage. Many people in this room are facing situations that are difficult, that make […]

Graham Cooke: ‘Be of good cheer’ means take courage, receive courage.

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