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The Future Of God

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Between Gloom and Glory
First Lesson Sermons For Advent/Christmas/Epiphany
The text we have heard today is pleasant, maybe even reassuring. I wonder, though, how many of us will give it any significance once we leave the sanctuary? Do the words of Isaiah have any real meaning for us, or are they just far away thoughts from a time that no longer has any relevance for us today?
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(Note: If your church or community sponsors a specific "food bank" or relief agency, use that agency's name as the illustration in this lesson.)

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