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  • Loving Someone Who Doesn't Know How To Love

    Loving Someone Who Doesn't Know How To Love

    Loving Someone Who Doesn't Know How To Love



    A sermon

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    Pastor Clarence William Page



    August 7, 2011




    Coleridge's epic, "Rime of the Ancient Mariner", is clearly fiction (though it may be based in part on the account of a real ship whose crew member[s] shot and killed a bird [possibly an albatross] and suffered near destruction afterwards). In the work, Coleridge does a masterful job of contrasting love with uncertainty, supposition, doubt, indifference and finally outright fatal aggression.

    The 21st Century Christian may experience similar treatment as the same sentiments cascade throughout a God-fleeing Planet Earth. Like the albatross, we mean our fellow travelers no harm. In fact, we are agents of Salvation (or, better said, "Agents of the Saviour"). We come and commune with them. We often appear in their distress and follow (or lead) them
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    Loving Someone Who Doesn't Know How To Love
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    Loving Someone Who Doesn't Know How To Love



    A sermon

    by

    Pastor Clarence William Page



    August 7, 2011




    Coleridge's epic, "Rime of the Ancient Mariner", is clearly fiction (though it may be based in part on the account of a real ship whose crew member[s] shot and killed a bird [possibly an albatross] and suffered near destruction afterwards). In the work, Coleridge does a masterful job of contrasting love with uncertainty, supposition, doubt, indifference and finally outright fatal aggression.

    The 21st Century Christian may experience similar treatment as the same sentiments cascade throughout a God-fleeing Planet Earth. Like the albatross, we mean our fellow travelers no harm. In fact, we are agents of Salvation (or, better said, "Agents of the Saviour"). We come and commune with them. We often appear in their distress and follow (or lead) them
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