In the Pulpit: Rev. Darrell Berger
I remember a funny but slightly scary black and white cartoon from my childhood where skeletons danced to a song that went “Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones.” Years later I discovered this song was not intended to be either funny, or scary, but inspirational. It refers to an Old Testament story of how faith can motivate and liberate even what appears dead and ready to blow away.
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