He Ain’t Heavy

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“Two Brothers” statue that stood at the entrance of Boys Town in Omaha, Nebraska, from 1977 to 2017. (Photo: Nonpareil photos, “Boystown,” Council Bluffs Public Library.).

How fractured is humanity? The Scripture record says we have been fighting one another from the very beginning. Will we ever get over that and be at peace with one another? Yes, that is our Creator’s promise. However, He also gives us responsibility to work toward that promise. Oh yes, we do need His help to get there, but if we don’t put forth the effort, how will we even begin the journey?

Genesis 4:6-12, 44:18-34; Ezekiel 37:15-28; John 17:20-23, 26

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Music: “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother,” Bobby Scott and Bob Russell, performed by The South African National Symphony Orchestra, Classic Unchained Melodies, Prestige Elite, 2007.

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