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When will we ever get along? On an international scale there is more war and bloodshed than ever. It seems that since Cain killed Abel there has been perpetual war. Can there be peace among men?
The Apostle Paul tells us that we are to pursue peace and that which builds others up. Yet peace has a cost. It is most costly at home where we interact with the same people day after day. Sometimes the problem is a neighbor.
Abraham had dug a well that was vital to the welfare of his flocks. One day while Abe was away some squatters from a neighboring village claimed it as their own. Abraham could no longer get water from the well he and his men had dug! This was cause for yet another war on the planet but the father of our faith picked another pathway.
Abraham chose to meet with…

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