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SignatureThe heart of the gospel is this:
God so loved every human being,
each created unique, and precious beyond measure,
that He emptied himself, taking on the frailty of human existence,
and then surrendering that human flesh to an indescribably cruel execution,
to give us the hope of healing, wholeness and fullness of life.
How will you share that good news today with the last, the least, and the lost,
in the way you interact with them and speak of them?
How will you show them how treasured they are by the One who created them?