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Welcoming Strangers by Raymond A. Foss

Sometimes difficult
change uncomfortable
yet God’s love calls
us to open our hearts

Welcoming strangers
those who are different
going when we are called
that they too may enter in

All of us strangers
lower than our maker
all with feet of clay
made from the dust of the earth

Each of us sinners
needing his grace to save us
his sacrifice on the cross
for any to be clean

None better, more worthy
all estranged from the creator
all needing the spirit
to give us new birth

April 26, 2010
Acts 11:1-18
Acts 10:1-48
Peter’s Vision
Cornelius’s saving

Upper Room Disciplines for 2010
for April 26, 2010 to May 2, 2010,
“Tending to the Holy”,
by Amelia Chua
for April 26, 2010

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