Exodus 17:3-7; Psalms 95:1-2,6-9; Romans 5:1-2,5-8: John 4:5-42
It has been said that we live in a time in which the “self” is paramount in the pursuit of happiness. That is to say, we live in a time of “What’s in it for me?” One popular author describes our cultural scene in rather harsh terms — and to some extent, at least, his assessment applies to most, if not all of us:
People calculate, forgetting that the beauty of life is discovered in moments that are not coldly calculated.
People live longer and longer but they are not happier and happier.
People begin by working, in order to live, but they end up working and forgetting to live.
People haven’t grasped the essential thing in life. People still believe that a person’s happiness lies in possessing more.
In these days of so much knowledge, how can people be so thick? Defend yourself! You are not a machine made for one particular purpose. You are more than your function, more than…
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