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Dig Up the Hatchet


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Two people are at strife in the Church. . . . They come to me as their pastor and say, “We have settled this business.” “How have you settled it?” I ask. “We have agreed that it cannot be settled, so we have decided to bury it and never talk of it again.” Then, in God’s name, dig it up. That is not peace. The buried hatchet can always be unearthed. Learn to love, and you will have peace.

—G. Campbell Morgan, The Westminster Pulpit (Sermon: “The Fruit of the Spirit”) (Baker, 2006), 1:173.



Posted 2018·08·06 by David Kjos
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