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November 23, 2018


Stuart Murdoch

Thank you for this thoughtful reflection. It reminds me of statement made by a son at th funeral of his dad when the son said "My father taught me that a stranger is a friend we just don't know yet." On so many levels this is a challenging statement. Get the truth of it is so profound that our Heavenly Father has taught us that a Stranger (Jesus) is a friend we just a don't know yet. As I reflection on this post and the sacrifice Jesus made, and the way he ministered to the women at the tomb and the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. The stranger truly became the friend they did not know. Thanks Jim for this reflection.

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