This week’s sermon from North Presbyterian Church.
Let me tell you something about my brother: he’s a jerk. I mean, really. A world class jerk.
Everything in life has just been handed to him. He was always dad’s favorite: the eldest son, good looking, charming, and everything else you could want a son to be. Dad doted on him. He always bragged about him to his friends: “My son this… my son that…”
Well, what about me? Ain’t I his son, too? I’ve played second fiddle to my brother for my whole life. Both of us followed in Dad’s footsteps, taking over the family business. I work just as hard as he does, but he gets all the credit. He gets to be in charge and call all the shots.
But in these past few years, as Dad has gotten older and sicker…
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