Exodus 17:3-7; Psalms 95:1-2,6-9; Romans 5:1-2,5-8; John 4:5-42
The obstetrician was not at home …
His five-year-old daughter answered the doorbell. “Is your daddy in?” asked the excited stranger. “No, he’s gone,” the little girl replied. “When will he return?” “I don’t know. He’s out on an eternity case.”
The little girl was right. Every one of us is an eternity case — the heir of all that has gone before, the molder of all that is to be.1
A New York City woman who was preparing for a trip abroad wrote of her experience in acquiring a passport:
I went to get my passport in Rockefeller Center. The place was packed, hundreds of people waiting in a long, long line that inched along slowly. I had…
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