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A few weeks ago, Ken Medema came to Greenville, Texas to do a concert to bring in donations for two local food pantries. On Sunday morning, after the concert, he was with us at Fellowship Bible Church. He sang a couple of songs at the beginning of the service, but the highlight was when he improvised this response to our pastor’s message. The message was from Exodus 20 (the 10 commandments), and the key thought of the message was that the 10 Commandments boil down to two things: Love God and love your neighbor.

Ken improvised the following song in response:

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