Learning from Levertoff

Prayer and Love, Part 2[09]


The chassidic terminology of gathering the "sparks" that lie in every corner of creation can seem distant and foreign to many Messianic believers. In this episode of Learning from Levertoff, Yahnatan Lasko explains the application of this idea in a believer's life.

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