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1 Peter 2: 11-25



This week we talk about being foreigners, suffering, and black licorice. And as an added note, I (Tina) want to make sure that you know that there is a HUGE difference between suffering and abuse. Abuse is never okay and should not be explained away. And as another reminder, if you have friends that are suffering from depression or seem to be not themselves lately, take a moment today to drop them a line. You just might save their lives.




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