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Today Krish Kandiah opens up Isaiah 40.1-11 and invites us to reflect on fleeting ambitions that we so often chase, ambitions that are here today and gone tomorrow.
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Our video shows how Christingle supports our vision to free children - including the 3.5 million children in the UK live in poverty - from disadvantage.