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After Easter Services

In our human pride, it can be difficult to admit to ourselves and to apologize to someone when we have wronged that person. Yet, spiritual growth involves the difficult work of recognizing when we have fallen short, admitting the same before God, and then genuinely apologizing. In this message I will use the church’s apology to Galileo, albeit 350 years late, as a humorous way to look at our own reluctance to confess in light of God’s call to humble ourselves.
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