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Here is the challenge for Christian community in this time of fear and uncertainty. We are called to truly love one another. Do we companion one another as we grow deeper and deeper in relationship with the living God?
A study conducted and reported on in 2008 is making the rounds again; articles about beneficial aspects of frankincense have been appearing on alternative health blogs,
“Neither our fears nor our privilege are justified in the face of our scriptures, which command us to welcome the stranger as we would welcome Jesus.” – Gay Jennings, President of the House of Deputies of The Episcopal Church
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