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Sermon from the edge of a pandemic
Jesus was not great at social distancing. Wherever he went he attracted crowds that pressed against the lake shore, against one another, against him and the hem of his garments. Once, he filled a house so full that they had to take the roof off to fit one more person in.
Even out in the sticks, he managed to find the one woman next to a well, and asked her for a drink. Continue reading
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