Sunday, July 16, 2006
This man sacrificed his life, unconditionally, for a large number of people who mocked, hated and doubted him -- so that "they" would experience a life of freedom and joy.
Today, we may sacrifice our morning tee time to partake in a neighborly deed. Not only do we view such an inconvenience as sacrificial, but we attach strings to it and strike another notch in our cross. After all, isn't life all about "us"? What's in it for us?
Posted by quiet storm at 7:25 PM