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Slaves to One Another by Raymond A. Foss
Agape love, that is what Paul
calls us to exhibit, to live
to fall as servants, to meet
the needs of our neighbors.
as we would love ourselves,
so must we be to them,
if we all did so, what,
oh what would be
the state of this troubled world.
If we used our freedom,
given by the Creator, by the Savior
to reject our own desires,
and became slaves to one another.

July 1, 2007 19:09
Inspired by the sermon by the Reverend Lori Eldredge,
“The Pursuit of Freedom: License of Liberty”;
by the sermon by the Reverend Lori Eldredge
for Children’s Time, “Fresh Fruit”; and
by the Proclamation by the Worship Facilitator Alan Schulte,
for the Rejuvenation Service, “Do Not Submit to the Yoke of Slavery”,
all three based on Galatians 5:1 & Galatians 5:13-25,
7/1/07, Wesley United Methodist Church, Concord, NH
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