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In today's Footsteps, Alberto Gonzalez, TWR's Ministry Director for Cuba remembers a time in his country when some Cubans didn't want to hear anyone tell them, "God bless you."  Should we really be surprised?  In Romans 9:33, Jesus is referred to as a "rock of offense."  When people "who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth" (Romans 1:18, ESV), they naturally will be offended by the mere mention of God's name.  That is...unless they are using profanity and taking His name in vain!

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(Photo of Alberto Gonzalez, TWR's Ministry Director for Cuba)