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What About Infants Who Have Died?

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Yesterday the Tri-County Bible Church family benefited from Pastor Joe Tyrpak‘s message on the destiny of infants who die. It is by far the most thorough, theological, and pastoral message on the topic that I’ve heard. You can find it here. I commend to it you. It will help you think biblically about the topic, and it will encourage you.

Thanks, PJ!


3 Responses

  1. Thanks for the link. Listening now.

  2. […] I received the Ohio Bible Fellowship newsletter, entitled the “Visitor”.  My friend, Chris Anderson, wrote a short article in the newsletter, “The Church’s Self-Identity”.  He asks […]

  3. Chris, thank you for posting this.

    Joe, nicely done. It is a very timely message for me. I preached the funeral last Saturday of a stillborn child. It was a blessing being able to share with them some of the very same truths that you brought out in your message. Thank you.

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