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Tag Archives: 2 Samuel 18:5-9 15 31-33
Reflection: More of the David Soap Opera – rape, rebellion, death, grief.
I think today’s passage is in our lectionary because in the depths of David’s love for Absalom we get a hint of the love God feels for us. Continue reading
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