Ever feel like you’re not really communicating? That nobody understands you? Since God destroyed the Tower of Babel, we’ve all felt that way. (For many of us, the etching below by Cornelis Anthonisz, Fall of the Tower of Babel, 1547, pretty well sums up how our lives have been going).
But the confusion of languages had its resolution at Pentecost with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Now, in Christ, a diversity of voices can come together in unity, if we abandon ourselves to Him.
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