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The Call to Wholeness

Psalm 125 James 2:1-10, 14-17
When I get a sandwich at Marsha’s, I order a turkey and swiss on wheat with mayo, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, and black olives.When I order the Son of a Sailor salad at Sharky’s, I ask them to hold the mandarin oranges (no use ruining a good salad).When we order food, we get to say what we want and what we don’t.Oliver gets his cheeseburgers ketchup only, no onions, lettuce, or pickles.Now wouldn’t it be wonderful if life worked that way too?

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