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Rejoice in the Lord always


An excerpt from the sermon for the Third Sunday of Advent:

When we find our deepest meaning in Jesus, the human face of God …

When others find us to be gentle people …

When we can set aside our natural instinct to worry …

When we bring our troubles to God with thanksgiving …

Then the peace of God which passes all understanding guards our hearts and minds.

The full text of this sermon, along with a video of it being delivered, is available online.


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