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Sermon from the Rev. Joseph H. Hensley, Jr., rector, St. George’s Episcopal Church
Fredericksburg, VA | The Third Sunday of Easter, April 30, 2017
The people whom God has chosen so often miss the point, over and over again–when we reject the one who has come to save us, when we fail to recognize the Savior standing right in front of us. But it’s not too late! The promise of God–the promise of life and love that is stronger than death is always there. It’s not too late.
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