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March 24, 2024

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Dave Summers

I like "tribes" in the first verse. "Crowds" is, as you say, amorphous. It could be people gathered for a purpose, or people who just happen to be there. "Tribes", I suppose, was originally referring to the twelve tribes of Israel, but it speaks to me of diversity, possibly conflict, very likely factions - and through all of them Jesus rides on in majesty. The majesty of the Prince of Peace. The one in whom there is no longer Jew or Greek, male or female, slave or free - or any other tribalism you care to name.

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