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In 1966, the Beatles surprised the world with a song, Eleanor Rigby. The song was a surprise hit for not only its composition, but also its content. It was a rather sad song, dealing with loneliness and depression. The chorus is particularly sad in asking two questions, “All the lonely people, where do they all come from? All the lonely people, where do they all belong?” It speaks to that inherent void within each of us calling out for significance. It is an almost universal observation that we can be in a room full of people and feel alone. That loneliness is a God-shaped hunger in each of us. We are meant to belong, to be significant and to be loved. What is God’s response? – He makes us children and heirs. Join us this Sunday as we study Romans 8:12-17. Plateau Christian Church – Transforming Community