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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry preaching at Trinity, Wall Street, at the opening of the 2016 Trinity Institute, with a sermon on Matthew 8, the story of the centurion’s servant.
Make this Advent different. Every day, let’s turn our vague intentions into a single, deliberate act of love. God knows and loves us in our fears and foolishness as well as in our courage and goodness.
It is the work of learning to care for one another, to dream together, to sacrifice for the greater good that make a thing worth doing.
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