Huggable And Buggable You

**Who do you say I am?** (Mark 8:29).

Matthew 20:16
Isaiah 50:5-9; Psalms 116:1-6,8-9; James 2:14-18; Mark 8:27-35

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Christ Presence,

In a “Peanuts” comic strip, little Lucy is trying to better understand the little dog “Snoopy.” She looks at him with wondering eyes and says, “There are times when you really bug me, but I must admit there are also times when I feel like giving you a big hug,” to which Snoopy replies, “That’s the way I am … huggable and buggable.”

To some extent, at least, Snoopy’s self-assessment would apply to most of us. If we’re honest with ourselves, we know there are times when we are “buggable,” and we’d like to think that there are even more times when we are “huggable.” But to better understand one another — to better understand ourselves — we need to venture far beyond those two distinguishing marks.

Who am I, really? Who are you, really? The awesome reality is that each of us is a unique masterpiece of God’s creation. Some eighty billion of us human persons have come onto planet earth and each one…

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