His Burden Is Light — So We’re Told

If it is, then why is it so hard to pick up?

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I was sitting in church Sunday, and everything felt very familiar. The worship time was powerful and soul-moving, the coffee and donuts were typically…typical. The sermon time started with prayer, and the foundational Bible passage was one I’d heard hundreds or thousands of times: Matthew 11:28–30.

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B.A. in Speech Communication. Graduate of the Defense Information School. Introspective writer with a passion for helping others. frankvaughn@gmail.com

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Frank Vaughn

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B.A. in Speech Communication. Graduate of the Defense Information School. Introspective writer with a passion for helping others. frankvaughn@gmail.com

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