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Dying to Live is a collection of 10 sermons that A.M. Hills wrote and preached in the early 1900s. He is quick to note that these sermons were prepared as any other sermons he preached and were not intended for a collection in a book. However, Dr. W.B. Godbey felt that God impressed him to put together this collection of sermons for young preachers and teachers of holiness.
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