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March 9, 2014 "Love, In Spite of Betrayal"

 
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The first in a 7 part series on Adam Hamilton's '24 Hours That Changed The World.' This sermon focuses on the Last Supper, and the fact that Jesus chooses to love and serve his disciples in spite of the betrayal they would soon engage in. This challenges us to love and serve all persons, even those who have and will betray us. We should give the bread of life and the cup of salvation to all peoples.