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"Meek" Does Not Mean "Weak" (Mark Kielar) [1of6]

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Published on Mar 28, 2008

I normally don't use six videos to put up something, but I've had a friend of mine agree with me that this is one of the best sermons we've heard. So many people hear the word "meek" and they think of some helpless coward who just lets people run all over them, but, as this sermon by Mark Kielar of First Baptist of Boynton Beach shows, this interpretation of the word "meek" could not be more far off from what it actually means. I highly encourage you to take the hour to watch all six of these videos. I do so because I'm sure, with God's grace, your faith will be strengthened that much more.



You can find other messages by Mark Kielar at the church's website:
http://www.firstboynton.com

This video was made by them. I only separated it in 10 minute sections and added the black text boxes. Wonderful messages are coming from there.

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