A sermon that finds the courage to know the difference in the wisdom of a modern day prayer that invites release from the jail of inaction in the face of an earthquake as well as the impact of rapidly fired bullets.
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The Sermon -Â TheÂ Second Sunday AfterÂ The Epiphany Christ Episcopal Church New Bern, North Carolina -Â January 18, 2015 Includes excerpts from O How I Love Jesus (Text: Frederick WhitfieldÂ Music: 19th cent. USA melody) In the GardenÂ (Text & Music: Charles A. Miles) This…
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