Acts 6:1-7; Psalms 33:1-2,4-5,18-19; I Peter 2:4-9; John 14:1-12
According to a syndicated newspaper columnist, “Freedom of choice has become exhausting.” He says that he has come to see that an abundance of options is not necessarily a godsend …
“See how you like it one day when you find yourself standing in front of the drugstore medicine display trying to determine which cold remedy handles your particular symptoms. Do you want the cherry-flavored formula that ‘eases runny noses and body aches,’ or the grape one that ‘fixes fevers and helps meet your daily calcium requirements’?
“Suddenly, what once felt like freedom now feels like a multiple-choice quiz that never ends. All day, every day, decisions, decisions. Do you want to rent the original version of the hit movie, or the cut version? And how about your coffee? Will you be having the ‘Mocha Choca-latta Ya Ya’ with cinnamon sprinkles or the ‘Espresso Expressions Decaf’ with a wisp of foam? … There are days when I think I could happily give it all up,…
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