2017-08-17 / Worship

The TIE THAT BINDS



Up until relatively recent times, one’s closest neighbor was often miles away, and a trip to the county seat was an all day affair. The railroad and modern transportation changed all that, and now we can travel anywhere on the globe in a matter of hours. Along with better transportation has come a better understanding of our fellow man as we come to realize that human nature is basi­cally the same the world over. Fears and su­perstitions melt away as we find that love is a universal language and that God is the Father of us all. Up until relatively recent times, one’s closest neighbor was often miles away, and a trip to the county seat was an all day affair. The railroad and modern transportation changed all that, and now we can travel anywhere on the globe in a matter of hours. Along with better transportation has come a better understanding of our fellow man as we come to realize that human nature is basi­cally the same the world over. Fears and su­perstitions melt away as we find that love is a universal language and that God is the Father of us all.

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