A young boy in elementary school had heard much talk about his uncle, who was a great preacher. But he had never met him or heard him preach a sermon until one Sunday when his parents took him into a big Church. And there he listened to his uncle preaching eloquently on the crucifixion. The boy got so caught up in it that he started crying. He looked around, suddenly aware of the fact that not only were the people around him unmoved, but they were looking at him as if he were some kind of freak. This upset him very much. As he said later, he was upset most of all when he saw the congregation walking away after the service as if nothing had happened. And he could not understand that. Many of us do that Sunday after Sunday. We come here and celebrate the Crucifixion and the Resurrection of our Lord and walk away as if nothing happened.

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