Clergy Corner: We don’t need to be afraid when Jesus is the gate

Photo courtesy of Ken LeydensKen Leydens is pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Hemet. ■ Kent Leydens / Contributed When I first came to Hemet, I was struck by all the gates. Some gates were open, closed only when something needed to be kept inside temporarily. Other gates were closed; a necessary breach opened for a few seconds to let in and out what was being protected. Most gates were attached to fences, but some stood without; I guess they were decorative or reminders of the past. So many gates send many different messages. Jesus says that he’s a gate (John 10:7, 9). I’ve found that what we do in our

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