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A Death As Large As Life [Palm/Passion Sunday]

Matthew 27:11-54
When I ask people how they’re doing, the response has frequently included a reference to strangling someone.  I think I’m most worried about those who are married.  That’s been the most popular answer when I talk to married people, “We’re trying not to strangle one another.”  Or, “We’ll be ok as long as we don’t end up strangling one another.”

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