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Depraved, Excessive Superstition

Sure, we should give the money, say the prayers, but we should also do what we can to ally ourselves with those whom Jesus was allied with. In this way, we become one in fulfillment of Jesus’s final prayer that we all be one.

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Speaking to the Soul: Kingdom of Mercy

It’s in our national DNA to distrust kings. Yet here we are, preparing to celebrate “Christ the King” Sunday.

 

Actually, it goes deeper than that. It’s in our nature to distrust authority, to resist anything or any organization or any person who violates our beloved sense of autonomy and independence. We don’t like kings. Yet, once again, here we are, preparing to celebrate and proclaim Christ as our King.

 

With all the fear and rejection of others different than us being promoted right […]

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