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The Gift that Makes You Swallow Your Pride

The Gift that Makes You Swallow Your Pride

Timothy Keller writes: Christmas is about receiving presents, but consider how challenging it is to receive certain kinds of gifts. Some gifts by their very nature make you swallow your pride. Imagine opening a present on Christmas morning from a friend … and ...

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