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A Tug


“A Tug”
When we are asking how we know we have been saved and how we knew for sure, we are asking “Did you hear God? ” “Did you see a vision? ” “How do you know for sure? ”
The answer we can give is one that is very truthful one, and may even be understood more than any other.
It was like when you are fishing and you fill the line pull tight, you cannot see or hear the fish, but by the line being tight you know you have it. It is also faith that we know we have it.
It is the same way with the Father you can fill.
“A Tug”
By: Stuart W. Smeltzer
5-24-2012
Hebrews 12-2

Submitted: Saturday, January 18, 2014

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This is the best by to explain how we know the father is really there.

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