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Thank you, David! I am preaching this text and have been going in the interpretive direction you've taken in your comments, especially on v.51 ... encouraging. I will be using your lovely term "Good News change"!
I have just discovered Holy Textures and look forward to checking back often. Blessings.

I am always fascinated by the same / not same picture of humanity presented in Scripture. The culture is almost always different vis. customs and ways of living but the motivations - fear, security, loyalty - are exactly the same. Thank you for the link and the education!

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