So Many Chickens

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Dawn at the Alamo (1905), Henry McArdle, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Choosing life rather than death sounds simple enough. Who would have a problem making such an obvious choice? But is it really that simple when the choice we make concerns the intrinsic value of another human being – especially when that person is someone whose value may be questionable in our eyes?

Proverbs 14:28; John 8:42-44; James 1:26-2:13

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Music: “Yellow Rose of Texas,” Mantovani and His Orchestra, Mantovani Magic, Columbia River Entertainment, 2000.

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