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The Impossible is Possible: Doing What Others Say Can’t Be Done John Mason

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In this book, bestselling author John Mason powerfully shows that the past doesn’t equal the future; you can live a fruitful and fulfilling life when you step forward in faith, believing that God will never command what He doesn’t provide the means to accomplish. John Mason captures inspirational truths in bite-sized nuggets, a format easy to remember and apply to life’s issues, large and small. Every page is packed with practical wisdom and sound advice.

 

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