Three Remedies for Discouragement (Ecclesiastes 7:8-10)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, January 1, 2012
Part of the Individual Sermon series, preached at a Sermon service

If you have done something horrible in the past, it is easy to wear that around as a ball and chain. If you look at the horrible prospects of the present, it is easy to throw up one's hands in despair. If you are deeply in debt, it is easy to feel hopeless about the future. This sermon helps to overcome not only these kinds of discouragements, but many others as well. This is a sermon that gives a dominion perspective on difficult obstacles.

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