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This sermon probes the need for empathy, as it is a hallmark of churches that are reaching young people. Jesus showed considerable empathy in his incarnation. He put on his own shoes so that he could step into ours. It is now our turn
The exodus of Israel from Egypt is fulfilled in Jesus' exodus for us, but it comes with a warning.
Reflections from a gravesite.