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Freedom from Sinful Thoughts

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Freedom from Sinful Thoughts
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Publisher: The Plough Publishing House
ISBN/ASIN: 0874860946
ISBN-13: 9780874860948

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We don't talk about them, but all of us have them - private jealousies, resentments, fantasies, and temptations. For over two decades, Arnold's sensitive wisdom has helped thousands of readers battle these unwanted thoughts. Now his quiet but steady-selling little classic is available to a new generation in an expanded and revised new edition.

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