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“Faith,” it says, “is the evidence of things unseen.” Too often, we read this and only think of the word “unseen” in terms of our desired outcome: it isn’t yet visible, hasn’t come to pass.
Where are you finding meaning in Christmas this year?
Do you think the sun is doing a good enough job? Do we need a bigger one? While it doesn’t receive rave reviews daily, most people feel our local nuclear sphere pumps out all the heat and light we need.
When Paul says, “difficult times will come” – “terrible times” – he’s not referring to natural disasters or war. But what could possibly be more terrible?
Do you think the sun is doing a good enough job? Do we need a bigger one? While it doesn’t receive rave reviews daily, most people believe our local nuclear sphere pumps out all the heat and light that we need.
It’s fair to say that nothing of great value is gained and retained without perseverance. We live in a day when there’s a great need for more people to understand this. We live in a day when those who do understand it tend to only focus on half of the equation: the last half.
I’ve had a few continuing relationships with EMTs. I’m referring to the people who show up and go all out when they believe an emergency is in progress, but have little or no involvement in my normal, daily life. Some EMTs are relatives, some are strangers, some are Christians, but none are close friends. That’s my point.