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Product code: 1990

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This double message CD set is especially for men. It's hardhammering, straight to the point, and designed to help men maximize their potential and achieve their destinies.

"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." [Proverbs 27:17]

Pastor Steve unpacks the powerful truth behind the understanding of this four-letter word that was the strongest known substance of its day; IRON. The invention and understanding of iron initiated a new age for humanity.
When God used Solomon to pen Prverbs 27:17 at about 900 BC, there was a common understanding of how eapons and tools were formed at a blacksmith shop. Much of this understanding has been lost over the centuries.

"To understand iron, is to understand how God sharpens a man." - Steve Gambill
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This double message CD set is especially for men. It's hardhammering, straight to the point, and designed to help men maximize their potential and achieve their destinies. "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." [Proverbs 27:17] Pastor Steve unpacks the powerful truth behind the understanding of this four-letter word that was the strongest known substance of its day; IRON. The invention and understanding of iron initiated a new age for humanity. When God used Solomon to pen Prverbs 27:17 at about 900 BC, there was a common understanding of how eapons and tools were formed at a blacksmith shop. Much of this understanding has been lost over the centuries. "To understand iron, is to understand how God sharpens a man." - Steve Gambill

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