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I love this David. I'm an Australian Baptist pastor. We came to Australia and battered the aboriginal spirituality with a distant ungrounded heavenly Lord, and I've been searching for a more compatible expression of God that is true to the text and true to life.
why do we sing so many songs about God being 'holy' and 'high and lifted up', when in Jesus' teaching he is a Father who knows us in secret, who is our friend?

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