Today’s sermon for the Second Sunday after Pentecost
Have you ever experienced rejection?
If you’ve ever been a sixth-grader at a school dance, chances are you have.
“Eww, I’m not gonna dance with you, you dweeb!”
It’s a hard thing to go through, especially when you’re a kid. Those painful memories stay with you forever. Those of us who have kids of our own or care for other people’s kids know that crestfallen look in their eyes when they come home from school. We remember what it was like to be that age and experience rejection. It’s like our body still remembers the feeling of that knot in the stomach. We didn’t know how to fix it then and we don’t know how to fix it now. The best that any of us can say is that, by the grace of God, we got through it. So, when we see the kids we care about going…
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