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Part 3 of 3: Bishop Carlton Pearson concludes his sermon at Rev. Ike's Church

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Uploaded on Jul 23, 2010

In this third video, Bishop Carlton Pearson concludes his Father's Day 2010 sermon at Christ Community United Church in NYC (founded by Rev. Ike). In this lesson, Bishop Pearson speaks of his mentors, including Rev. Ike, and the importance of loving ourselves. Visit http://revike.link/3FreeGifts and sign up for 3 FREE GIFTS from Rev. Ike, including his powerful Thinkonomics e-book, and 7-lesson Visualization e-course, all absolutely free. Click the Share button below this video and share it on Facebook, Twitter and more! Tell your friends about Rev. Ike!

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