Holy God, we confess that at times we are fearful and reluctant to do the things we know you want us to do. We struggle with and resist your call for us to be involved in your work. Help us to be kind and loyal to our fellowman. How can we say we love you when we don’t love one another? We should know if we want to see you someday we have to love everybody.
Shirley Harvey, Warner Robins
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