An older couple was driving down the road on a Sunday afternoon. He was driving; she was leaning against the door on the passenger’s side. They caught up to a very slow-moving car. A young man was driving; a young woman was cuddled up to him. Seeing this, the older woman looked across to her husband, then looked ahead toward the young couple and said, “Why don’t we sit together like that anymore?” Quick as a flash, the husband replied, “I haven’t moved!”
You may have come here today feeling distant from God, apart from God, estranged from God. You may have come here today feeling the need to fix all that: “Lord, why don’t I feel close to you anymore? Why don’t I feel Your Presence in my life anymore?” And no sooner said you will hear God answer–quick-as-a-flash, if you’ve really been listening–“I haven’t moved!”
In Jewish folklore, there is a story in which a rabbi was asked, “What is a…
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