Homily for Pentecost Sunday (Year C) – Children of God speaking the one language of the Father

Updated: Apr 23

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Good morning bus riders!


Happy Pentecost!


We are at the final Sunday of the Easter season. Today is like when the graduation day ceremonies are held for schools. It is not school, but it is not entering a career either.


Pentecost is the fence between learning what you are meant to do but not yet doing it.


In terms of first fruits, it is when the counting of the omer has been completed, so the day has come to announce the fruit it ready to be eaten.


In terms of Mosaic history, it took Moses ten days to take the first fruits of Jacob’s descendants out of Egypt, and camp them at the base of Mount Sinai. Then, Moses spent forty days on top of the mountain.


The fiftieth day is when Moses came down with the Law; and, the Law reflects the vows of marriage that united a soul with Yahweh’s Spirit.


Simply graduating from a school does not mean anyone changes. To change, one has to make a commitment to another … like wooing an employer and agreeing to serve that company in a union that bonds two together.


To become true Israelites – a name meaning all Who Retain Yahweh as His elohim – the people who followed Moses to that place, when the Law was presented to them, had to choose to commit to marry their souls to Yahweh's Spirit … or go back to Egypt and slavery to the Egyptians.


They chose divine union, as God’s chosen people.


Now, way back before we entered the Easter season … on the fourth Sunday in Lent … we read from the Book of Joshua, who crossed the Israelites into Canaan.


We read how they observed the Passover there, so all renewed their wedding vows.


When that was done, we read: “The manna ceased on the day they ate the produce of the land, and the Israelites no longer had manna; they ate the crops of the land of Canaan that year.”


That says the three recognized festivals that Yahweh commanded must be renewed yearly, in order to remember the three significant moments in one’s life that lead to eternal salvation: Freedom from bondage to a sinful past; Marriage to Yahweh’s Spirit and becoming the good fruit of His Son; and, the harvesting of lost souls returned to Yahweh, from ministry in His name.


This says that Pentecost is physically when fruits from plants are deemed mature and ripe, ready to be served as good food; and, it is spiritually when souls in disciples are deemed mature and ripe, ready to be served as Yahweh’s Son resurrected.


The physical is a yearly event of nature. Little effort is required for plants to yield fruit. The spiritual is a onetime event, where that occurrence all depends on a soul’s willingness to serve Yahweh totally and absolutely.


The spiritual transformation does not occur without Yahweh … a name few people calling themselves “Christian” know or call upon that name.


This brings up an interesting point that few people teach and fewer people know.


The Passover festival recognized in Jerusalem, during the times of Jesus, was eight days long. It always began and ended on the same day of the week.


The Passover that was the end of Jesus’ physical life began and ended on a Sabbath (Shabbat). That was planned by Yahweh, as He chose a Passover (the coming of death to firstborns) that began and ended on His day deemed holy.


That means Jesus was offered up as the sacrificial lamb on early Sunday morning, after renewing his marriage vows to Yahweh on a Sabbath. Then, Jesus was raised from the dead on a Sabbath, while within the tomb.


Jesus was discovered no longer in that tomb on the first day of the week (Sunday).


Jesus then stayed forty days with his disciples, with the 40th day, the 33rd day, the 27th day, the 20th day, the 13th day, and the 6th day all being Sabbaths. Those amounted to the 14th day, the 21st day, the 28th day, the 35th day, the 42nd day, and the 49th day in the Counting of the Omer. Including the first Seder, which was on a Sabbath, that accounts for the seven weeks, where the Hebrew festival name Shavuot means "Weeks." Jesus Ascended to the Father on a Sabbath (the 49th day of the counting towards maturity); so, the next day was Pentecost Sunday, when the good fruit was ready to be served to the pilgrims.


Christians see Sunday as the holy day of the week, because it relates to their having come to know Jesus is raised from the dead on that day; but nothing changed to make the Sabbath stop being Yahweh’s day deemed holy.


This cannot be forgotten, because one’s soul cannot ever find Jesus within, if one does not first find Yahweh and fall in love with Him first.


A soul’s commitment must be to Yahweh. That divine union brings about the soul of Jesus to become one’s Lord; so, one’s soul never breaks any of the marriage vows.


Can you understand that?


<Look for nodding heads.>


Good!


Now in the mandatory reading from the Acts of the Apostles today, we find the famous “speaking in tongues” story.


I was raised in a Pentecostal church, where that entire branch of Christianity totally misunderstands what that means.


The elders of the Episcopal Church – whoever it was that chose the Genesis 11 reading as an optional First Lesson reading – helps one get an idea what “speaking in tongues” means.


The Genesis reading tells of the Tower of Babel; and, it begins by stating, “Now the whole earth had one language and the same words.”


In a class I once took in an Episcopal Church, we discussed this reading and the leader wondered how everyone could ever have just “one language.”


The answer that popped into my mind, which I immediately said openly, without having thought deeply about it. I was led to say, the "one language" sounds like “Mathematics.”


The Tower of Babel was not some physical building that men were attempting to reach the heavens by. It was science, where the universal language of the laws of physics made it possible to invent rockets and spaceships, as well as nuclear weapons.


For the first time, that vision flashed before my mind’s eye. The bricks were the devices discovered, with the mortar being the laws that yielded theories for new bricks. All brought mankind a sense of possessing amazing powers … through knowledge.


I recall an old program I saw on TV that told about Atlantis – perhaps because Edgar Cayce had written about it in this way … I forget . In the show that I remember, they depicted a great meeting of the Atlanteans in an arena-like setting, where one on the stage stood, but said nothing … orally or vocally.


The words that speaker spoke were telepathically transmitted to all those 'listening' in the arena. Everyone spoke “one language,” which was unspoken thought. So, ideas linked all minds to the same understandings.


This is how you need to grasp the Acts 2 reading.


When we read, “All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other languages, as the Spirit gave them ability.” The “ability given” was not a mastery in the different languages spoke fluently by the pilgrims from all over the world. It was the ability to delve deeper into the place where different words were created to accompany basic things. The apostles were given the ability to speak telepathically.


When we read (after the list of all foreign peoples that were present at that time), “in our own languages we hear them speaking about God's deeds of power,” that says what the apostles were speaking telepathically.


This is like twelve men (Apostles) standing in the arena that was the Essene Quarter of Jerusalem and silently preaching the meaning of Scripture telepathically. The three thousand pilgrim who heard those messages being divinely preached, heard thoughts in their native languages. They were in an arena like a big synagogue, where the questions about Scriptural meaning … held in their hearts … were being answered in sermons just for them.


To have so many people, who speak so many different languages speak as one, saying “in our own languages we hear them speaking,” the scene from that show about Atlantis comes to mind. The apostles could have been speaking Aramaic thoughts; but those hearing them physically speak heard their words “in their own languages.”


When we read that Peter spoke with raised voice, that does not mean he yelled like a madman. "Raised voice" means with divinely assisted broadcast. Those whose soul were "raised" spiritually heard Peter speak loudly and clearly.


When we read Peter explain what bewildered the pilgrims, as being what the prophet Joel said, that clouds our thoughts, as if all the apostles were also preaching the meaning about what Joel was divinely led to write.


In a large gathering of people who spoke different languages – which is the “confusion” that Yahweh said would stop the human beings from thinking they were gods – each of them would have been deep in thought … at a holy day of recognition … where all had different questions they pondered.


Yahweh … in all His omniscience … knew all of those questions, as well as the answers. Yahweh then used the “tongues of fire” [a statement of spiritual speaking] to have the Galilean Jews speak the answers they sought to know; and, it was that truth which totally stopped everyone in the tracks and made them take notice.


“What does this mean?” they asked.


Peter answered that collective question by speaking in the “one language” that unified all those pilgrims in the Essene Quarter that morning. He spoke in Hebrew – the language of Yahweh.


Now, Acts is written in Greek, by Luke. So, the Greek of Joel would not be what Peter spoke, which all those who spoke foreign languages would immediately understand.


The Greek shown by Luke quotes Joel 2:28-31a. In that, where we read “the Lord,” Joel wrote “Yahweh.” So, Peter would have said that proper name, not using some generic term.


In the Genesis optional reading, we read of Yahweh saying, “Look, they are one people, and they have all one language; and this is only the beginning of what they will do; nothing that they propose to do will now be impossible for them. Come, let us go down, and confuse their language there, so that they will not understand one another's speech.” Those “one people” were all the descendants of Noah’s sons: Shem, Ham, and Japheth.


While it was Moses who brought down the tablets written by the finger of Yahweh, one can imagine that some form of Hebrew – the language of Yahweh – was possessed by those descendants of Noah AND they had used the divine language of Yahweh to discern certain things, which led those fallen away from divine service to Yahweh, to say, “let us make a name for ourselves.”


That would mean divine Scripture … or lessons passed down from Yahweh … were used to discover secrets that were only intended for saved souls to understand. Thus, the confusion that came from Yahweh was their souls being cut off from Yahweh’s Spirit, meaning only those possessed by His Son’s soul could understand that “one language.”


When that view is seen, the question posed by the pilgrims (with some thinking Peter and the eleven (et al) were “drunk on new wine”), was a statement of the “confusion” that had been passed down onto divine Scripture, way back when.


None of those pilgrims had ever had a teacher tell them the secrets held in the divine language of Yahweh; and, that would include the deeper meaning of what Joel wrote. None of them had ever understood that either; so, they all had questions that could only be answered by Yahweh sending His Son’s soul into theirs.


When they began to understand the apostles, they had been sent that divine presence. So, the deeper meaning of Joel’s prophecy made perfect sense to them, even though all Peter did was recite the Hebrew text.


Certainly, each of those pilgrims (those in the “about three thousand added to their number that day”) clearly grasped that more than sound vibrations were rattling their eardrums. They were divinely led to understand, just as Joel said. It was their souls receiving the “outpouring of spirit on all flesh.” Thus, it was that divine transference that allowed those recipients “to become the sons and daughter who prophesied” the meaning of divine Scripture.


The young and old alike in that crowd not only heard Hebraic words that they understood; but they saw the meaning before their mind’s eyes.


Men and women alike were so divinely affected.


When Joel wrote (literally translated from the Hebrew), “and I will show signs in the heaven and the earth,” those pilgrims receiving the Word instantly knew “heavens” meant their souls receiving the Spirit of Yahweh, into the “earth” that was their flesh. The miracle of discernment was being shown the “portends” of truth that had been written, but hidden from their view before.


The ”blood” was their souls having been covered by the sacrificial lamb’s blood of salvation. The “fire” was the inspiration he brought to their minds. The “pillars of smoke” was them seeing beyond all the nonsense offered for them, told to believe by the Temple priests.


They heard “the sun shall be turned into darkness” and immediately knew the light of truth was exposing all the hidden secrets their souls contained.


They heard “the moon into blood” and knew the lunar cycle of the ecclesiastical new year that began the numbering of days until the Passover, when the blood of the lamb would be spilled for them.


That would be “the coming of day Yahweh great” that was a commanded observance. It had drawn them all to Jerusalem and kept them there until Shavuot.


It was prophesied by Joel that “it would come to pass that anyone who calls upon the name of Yahweh shall be saved.” The “name” that combines “Yahweh” with “saved” is “Jesus.”


When Peter spoke the words of Joel, everyone who heard and understood knew that Jesus had just been resurrected within their souls.


That is why Acts 2:1-21 is read every Pentecost Sunday. It is the meaning of the day … but how many times has a priest stood before you and explained that about this reading.


<Pause for ten seconds to let everyone ponder that question.>


Had the priests of Herod’s Temple not been busy getting ready for the ending prayers of the Shavuot ceremony, beginning the food being served, then surely they would have tried to shout down Peter and his brothers in the Spirit of Yahweh.


Not all the pilgrims there were saved and able to understand. The confusion Yahweh sent down … to keep souls in bodies of flesh from thinking they were gods … was still strongly in place. To receive the Spirit, one’s soul must “call upon the name of Yahweh.”


Now, in the optional New Testament reading, from Paul’s letter to the Christians of Rome, he wrote, “how many indeed to Spirit of God are led , these sons exist of God.” That speaks of “how many” are willing to “call upon the name of Yahweh” for salvation, rather than attempt to devise some plan to read heaven only with a big brain and an inflated self-ego.


In the text of Paul – unseen in translation – is a symbol called a left-right arrow, which is used in math equations, as a statement that says, “if this to the left is true, then that to the right is also true.” That symbol was placed between the words saying “these sons exist” and “of God.”


The Genitive case shows possession, so “of God” says the truth of that statement is found when “these sons exist” as Yahweh’s Son … with the plural meaning a whole bunch of Jesuses having been resurrected in other souls.


When Paul said this truth is “not indeed you have received a spirit of slavery again to fear , but you have received spirit of divine adoption as sons , within this we cry , this Abba ! this Father !


Do you recall last Sunday, when we read from Acts, how the girl had been possessed by “a spirit Python”?


That is what Paul meant, when he said “not indeed you have received a spirit of slavery again to fear.” Spirits that do not have a soul’s best interest in mind are easier to possess our souls than is the soul of Jesus and Yahweh’s Spirit welcomed in.


The truth of “these sons exist” and being the Spiritual possessions “of Yahweh” is clarified by Paul as being when “you have received spirit of adoption as sons.”


Here, the Episcopal Church can not mutate the Greek word “huiothesias,” so it becomes the pillar of smoke that says, “of adoption as children” or “of adoption as sons and daughters.” The reason is daughters were not adopted. They were married by the men who would possess them.


The truth of “adoptive sons” … those that call out to Yahweh as “Father” … is when their souls have become His possession through marriage, allowing those souls to be when the only Son of Yahweh’s soul is resurrected. So, while Jesus cries out from within one’s soul, “Abba!,” one’s soul has become adopted by Yahweh, so it cries out “Father!’


Can you see that?


<Look for nodding heads and stunned faces.>


When Paul then repeated the word “Spirit” (capitalized first and then written in the lower-case), that speaks of the union of “Spirit” to “soul.” That becomes the proof of the truth connecting “these sons exist” and “of God,” where that spiritual presence is so strongly known that it makes one able to “testify” or “witness” that truth. Here, Paul said “we exist children of God.”


The truth comes from the personal experience, from which true faith makes one a witness.


Paul then said that “these sons exist of God” as “inheritors indeed of God , co-inheritors now of Christ”. Here, it is vital to know that the Greek word “Christo” is not the ‘last name’ of Jesus. When Paul wrote “of Christ” it is the same statement of possession that says “of God,” as only Yahweh can “Anoint” a soul as His possession.


That is Paul saying one’s soul becomes a “joint inheritor,” not simply an “heir” alone. That “co-inheritance” is brought about by Yahweh’s marriage with a soul, which blesses that soul as a “Saint” – making it possible to become a “Christ.”


It is after that, when Paul wrote: “if indeed we suffer together , so that [importantly] we may be glorified together.”


In the use of “glorify” (from “doxazó”) that means the “glory” of Yahweh is His love placed into His Son … His elohim we know as Adam-Jesus. The love of Yahweh comes into one’s soul, when it is “together with Yahweh’s glory.”


In order to receive that “glorification,” one must likewise sacrifice all self-ego and self-will … meaning oneself must be crucified as was Jesus, so his dead body reflects in one’s body of flesh, which has totally submitted itself unto Yahweh.


To read Paul write, “if indeed we share in his sufferings” that means no one can blow smoke in another’s face, by saying, “Jesus suffered on the cross, so you don’t have to.”


The same self-sacrifice must be made for the truth of “these son exist of God” to be told.


Now, recently I have been making references to Psalm 104, when I have said, “David wrote of spirits that possess as the Leviathan.” Today that song is sung.


The truth of Jesus telling Peter, James and John of Zebedee, “I will make you fishers of men,” is the world is a sea of souls; and David depicted that in this song.


The “spirit of slavery again to fear” that Paul wrote to the Roman about, David sang about as “There move the ships, and there is that Leviathan, which you have made for the sport of it.”


Fishing is a sport. It is a game to save souls, where one team is the 'Fighting Apostles' and the other team is the 'Demon Spirits.'


When we connect David singing, “Yonder is the great and wide sea with its living things too many to number, creatures both small and great” to the verses singing, “All of them look to you to give them their food in due season. You give it to them; they gather it; you open your hand, and they are filled with good things,” this alludes to the breath of life in all “creatures.” It is that soul presence that makes all souls eventually “call upon the name of Yahweh.”


When David sang, “You send forth your Spirit, and they are created; and so you renew the face of the earth,” that sings like Joel’s prophecy of “an outpouring of Spirit upon the flesh that is “earth.”


To suddenly understand Scripture and have your questions about the Law answered by rubes from Galilee says one has been “created” as a “renewed” soul. It is the truth of being a “co-inheritor” that is one of “these sons exiting of God.”


This can also be seen in what John wrote of Jesus speaking to Philip (and the other drunken disciples) as the Seder evening drew longer.


Not read that helps one understand why Philip said to Jesus, “Lord, show us the Father, and we will be satisfied.” Is verses six and seven. There, Jesus told all the disciples, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. If you know me, you will know my Father also. From now on you do know him and have seen him.”


When Philip said, “Show us the Father and we will be satisfied," he spoke for all the disciples. They all were confused by Jesus’ reference to Yahweh as his “Father.” They were not hearing words like “father” as capitalized. They heard it and they thought a biological “father,” like each of them had.


It was the Seder wine that loosened the lips of Philip and let him say what all the other disciples ordinarily would bite their tongues to keep from saying, too afraid to let Jesus know they were not sure who his “Father” was. To be shown a biological “father” would “satisfy” the uncertainty they all had about that word's usage meant.


When you think about it, it is easier to address Yahweh as "Lord" or "God," as in "Lord have mercy" and "God help us.' This is opposed to saying, "Dad forgive me" or "Father I am sorry." When Jesus spoke of Yahweh as his Father, that was not a natural thing for Jews to do, because "Father" clearly states a close relationship - one to one.


Now, Jesus responded to Philip by saying, “Have I been with you all this time, Philip, and you still do not know me? Whoever has seen me has seen the Father.” This fits what Jesus had said prior (that which is not read aloud today).


To say, “If you know me, you will know my Father also” and “Whoever has seen me has seen the Father,” that is said in spiritual terms; but, in physical terms, sons often resemble their fathers.


In spiritual terms, Jesus was saying he wore the face of Yahweh over his face. That would mean Jesus fulfilled the First Commandment, which says, “You shall wear no other god’s face before my face.” It says one’s own face shown to Him (not hidden from Yahweh, through prostration) reflects the image [idolatry] of a ‘god’ of self. To “face” Yahweh, one’s soul must wear the face of Yahweh.


This means what Jesus was telling his drunken disciples is this: "When you look at me, you see Yahweh’s face, because my soul fully submits to His Will."


Can you see that?


<Look for nodding heads and stunned faces.>


This becomes more evident when Jesus then asked Philip, “Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father is in me?”


This is a question of faith. This goes to the core meaning of Christianity. It asks, “Do you not also exist for the Father, so the Father is in you, just like He is in me?”


The issue of "show us the Father" is answered by Jesus saying, "Didn't I tell you to address Yahweh as your Father when you pray to Him?"


This question of faith says, “If you cannot see this truth by the presence of Yahweh’s Spirit surrounding your soul, connecting your soul to my soul, so we are all brothers of the same divine Father AND KNOW THAT spiritually (not by physical eyes connecting to a fleshy brain), then you do not know my Father and you do not know me.”


That is the sad truth about Christianity today. If Jesus were to come back physically in the flesh, no one would recognize him as divine – one with the Father – simply because none of his disciples have been taught to have faith. Everyone is happy with “beliefs” … but those always say, “show me more to believe like we have been taught to believe, so we will be satisfied.”


When Jesus said next, “The words that I say to you I do not speak on my own; but the Father who dwells in me does his works,” that becomes the return to the confusion that Yahweh placed on the “one language” of Noah’s descendants.


The words that Jesus spoke … those words we know by Scripture recording those words … cannot be understood, because of translations services that have no Spirit in them. It is why three thousand pilgrims in Jerusalem all had questions on their minds that asked, “Why, again, have I come all this way to Jerusalem, when nobody ever fully explains Scripture to me?”


Jesus said, “Forget the words, if they are too confusing. Forget about not understanding the word “Father,” when I use it in speech. Look at the works that I do. Do you think I could heal the sick, cast out demon spirits, and raise the dead IF Yahweh was not within me?”


Now, Jesus is then shown [by the NRSV] to say: “Very truly, I tell you, the one who believes in me will also do the works that I do and, in fact, will do greater works than these, because I am going to the Father.”


This is where the ‘failure to communicate’ repeats the word “belief,” which makes Bible-thumping televangelists scream into TV monitors, saying, “You have to BELIEVE in Jesus!”


That is not what Jesus said.


The literal Greek of verse twelve says this: “Truly , truly , I say to you , this having faith within myself , this works that I cause , also that one will act , greater of these he [or she] will do , because I advantageous for this Father I am journeying .


That is Yahweh speaking through the Son, so only the truth is being told to the disciples … which includes everyone to ever read these words as Scripture. It is Yahweh speaking to us today, through the words from the Son.


It says faith is the personal experience of having the soul of Jesus within ...


not external … like far off in heaven, supposed to come back some day … nobody knows when.


Jesus said faith comes from “the works-acts-deeds” that his soul within “causes.” That says faith does not come from reading about miracles on the pages of a Holy Bible. Faith comes from The Acts of the Apostles, who do miracles because they are Jesus reborn.


When Jesus said “this having faith within myself” and then said “this works that I cause … that one will act,” this state faith is based on divine possession. A divine possession means the soul of Jesus has been raised [resurrected] in the soul of another [those formerly dead]. It is a statement that truthfully says “two must become one.”


That “two in one” was present in Jesus, which is why he told the disciples, “If you know me, you will know my Father also” and “Whoever has seen me has seen the Father.” Jesus was divinely possessed by Yahweh. The two were one together; so, if you saw one, then you saw the other as well.


In the NRSV translation that has Jesus saying, “I am going to the Father,” that influences readers to think Jesus predicted his death another time. The Greek of that translation is this: “egō pros ton Patera poreuomai.”


The word “poreuomai” is the first-person singular, Present Indicative that says, “I go,” but also implies “I travel” or “I journey.” While death had already been predicted, that was not the point Jesus was making, talking about “two in one.”


The translation that has those Greek words viably state, “I advantageous for Father I journey” speaks of Jesus being resurrected in the souls of his apostles, so it prophesies “Jesus will journey” in their bodies of flesh, as his soul reborn into them. That new “two in one” will perform “greater” works than Jesus could do, as just Jesus alone. Twelve Jesuses could instantly do a “greater” number of miracles.


All of that multiplicity would be “advantageous for the Father,” because Yahweh made Adam-Jesus for the purpose of saving souls.


Can you see this two in one aspect?


<Look for nodding heads or stunned faces.>


This is most important to grasp. It is not something you will hear coming from any pulpit. This is because Genesis 11 tells of when Yahweh confused the “one language” of truth, so it is not easy to understand Scripture.


To understand Scripture, one needs the “Advocate” or the “Helper” that Jesus then promised. That is how he described the “Spirit of truth.” The “truth” of Scripture demands an inner voice, which comes from a divine possession.


Jesus had placed a part of his soul in each of his disciples, so they would be able to experience ministry “in the name of Jesus” … as interns.


That part of Jesus’ soul was sent by Yahweh, through His Spirit, becoming their “Helper” in that internship. They were not sent out into ministry without being led by the “Spirit of truth.”


Jesus said “the world does not know this Spirit, because the world cannot receive it or see it.” This is what drew “the world” to Jesus, and then to his disciples in ministry. The “world” did not “know” Yahweh, because Yahweh was not welcomed into the souls of “the world.”


Jesus told his disciples, “You know him, because he abides with you, and he will be in you.” In that, the Greek words “para hymin menei” says, “beside your soul it stays,” which says the “Spirit of truth” had been sent into their bodies of flesh, “alongside their souls,” like an angel that sits on one’s shoulder, whispering good things into their minds.


Before the disciples came to know Jesus, they had been a part of “the world,” who could not know Yahweh. Jesus came to them because their souls were seeking divine assistance.


In the optional verses from John’s fourteenth chapter … which were read last week, so repeated today … we see Jesus telling his disciples: “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you.”


In that, the word translated as “Peace” is “Eirēnēn,” which I pointed out makes more sense when properly translated as meaning “Oneness” or “Rest.” The word actually means “to join, tie together into a whole,” so “Wholeness” is what Jesus promised to leave them with, as his gift to them.


That returns us to the capitalized omega symbol, which is open at the bottom. To give it the truth of the name – “Great O” – the open circle must be closed.


Jesus added to one’s soul brings about that “Wholeness,” as two in one.


With that, the bus is here with its door open. I will end by wishing you all to ponder these words of Scripture on your own time. I wish you well this coming week; and, I look forward to meeting with you again next Sunday.


Amen

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