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The Gift and Calling of Tzimtzum for the Ever-Reforming Church

The fact that God is focused on these people in pain and need means that we should be too. These are the people who need our justice work and loving kindness, and these are the people who need us to think a little less about how the systems of the world benefit us, and a little more about how God would want us to change the systems to benefit them too.


Micah 6:1-8; Matt. 5:1-13





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