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KY Color/BJF - Want to write ending to Sunday Sermon start?
How many times have you been offered this opportunity? To finish a Sunday sermon
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By Billy Joe Fudge
"You must understand my Brothers and Sisters, that even The Mighty Oak, yes, even The Mighty Oak suffers humble beginnings!"
This is the opening statement of my Sunday Morning sermon and my suggestion to all of us is, do not lament "humble beginnings".
I think most of you can imagine much of the body of this sermon but I would love for you to finish the closing sentence:
"In light of the fact that we all suffer the indignity of humble beginnings, let us. . .
(Fill in your words for sermon ending; sign with at least Bro. ______ or Sister ______ (last name optional. )
- Billy Joe Fudge
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