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September 14, 2020 29 min
It's midnight, and it's hard to make sharp distinctions. Colors do not stand out. Outlines are blurred. A path or even a roadway may be difficult to follow. It's midnight, and it isn't easy to make sharp distinctions.

The inability or our unwillingness to make sharp distinctions is the cultural, religious, and moral situation in which we find ourselves right now in our society. There is a midnight of difficulty in discovering where the lines are to be drawn.

Jesus asks: "Which of you who has a friend will go to him at midnight?"
You are between those who are hungry for the bread of life and the house of bread prescribed by Jesus Christ, our Lord, who said, "I am the bread of life." This message will explore being a mediator between the hungry and the source of supply.
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