View From the Pulpit

Fletcher, Adrin
June 2006
Twin Cities News (Munday, TX);6/22/2006, Vol. 24 Issue 22, p2
The author reflects on reclusive walls that human beings construct around themselves against friends, family and neighbors. Recollecting a story of Hadrian's Wall, a metaphor of the frailty of human endeavor, the author urges people to have faith in God. The author asserts that faith in Jesus and obedience to His word can only shatter such walls.


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