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When Hope Thrives - Oct 23

But they were both children of God, in need of God, and happened to be in the same temple on a particular day. The Pharisee could only show contempt for the person with whom he was sharing a pew, finding his hope in the fact that he was not like that tax collector. But that’s not hope!

Jeremiah 14:7-10, 19-20; Luke 18:9-14

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