I taught at Central last weekend and looked at a phrase that Abe Lincoln made famous. This timeless truth (that Jesus said long before Abe) has just as much relevance to our lives today.
This is the personal blog of Jeremy Jernigan
husband, father, executive pastor, and student of truth
This sermon raised my awareness of subtle divisions within my house, and I am now praying for the Spirit to help heal those divisions.
Thanks for challenging me with a timely message.
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