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Speaking to the Soul: Fed in spirit and life

Matthew 14:13-21

 

Where power and mercy are combined, there is God manifest; where we see righteousness or love, we see the character of God; where we see these triumphing, there we see God in action; where we see them achieve their purpose despite all calculable possibilities, there we acknowledge God signally self-revealed.—William Temple, Nature, Man, and God

 

Today is the day we remember the life of Archbishop of Canterbury William Temple, who died in 1944 after a brief two years as the Archbishop […]

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