Living In Peace
Monday, September 13, 2010

References: 1 Thessalonians 5

From Israelis and Palestinians who need a wall between them, to heated arguments and fights that break out over a proposed Moslem Community Center two blocks from Ground Zero, to a pastor in Florida who holds the world in suspense as he threatens to burn hundreds of copies of the Quran, we live in a world that seethes with hatred. What does it mean to love our enemies in this world of polarized camps? Can the Prince of Peace generate peace in our lives, our homes, and our world?

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