A Little Bit at a Time

Peace be with you

John 20:19
Acts 2:1-11; Psalm 104:1,24,29-30,31,34; I Corinthians 12:3-7,12-13; John 20:19-23

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Pentecost Sunday, B

Perhaps some of you remember the story of King Henry and Queen Eleanor of England. They loved each other dearly. As young persons, they enjoyed life together with great passion and delight. But, as the years went by, things changed. Finally, King Henry locked up his Queen in the Tower. Christmas came, and Henry granted Eleanor permission to leave the Tower and be with him for the day. But when they met, they brandished knives at one another, each wanting to destroy the other. Then one of them grew pensive and asked, “How, from where we were, did we get to where we are now?” To which the other replied, “A little bit at a time.”

From our early childhood, most of us have been told that God is Love, that God loves us, that God loves everybody. We believe Jesus was God in the flesh, that Jesus and the Father are One, that what Jesus taught came from the Father. We believe that Jesus…

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