If you would heed the advice of a famous German poet, everyday you would “at least hear one song, read one good poem, contemplate one good painting, and, if it is still possible, speak a few sensible words.”
In Luke’s account of the crucifixion, we are told that even after Jesus is nailed to the Cross, He still finds it possible to speak a few sensible words: “And when they came to the place which is called ‘The Skull,'” Luke writes, “they crucified Him … and Jesus said, “Father forgive them; for they know not what they do” (Lk. 23:33, 34).
When the first Christian missionaries went to Alaska and the Eskimo people, they could not find a…
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