Isaiah 49:3,5-6; Psalms 40:2,4,7-10; I Corinthians 1:1-3; John 1:29-34
A mother and father purchased a child’s world globe for their five-year-old son. That evening, in the boy’s bedroom, the father used the globe to take his son on a kind of tour of the world, pointing to continents and oceans and mountain ranges and all the rest. Finally, when it seemed that the child had gone to sleep, the father wanted to tell the boy’s mother what he had been explaining to the child. So he picked up the globe and as he was tip-toeing out of the room, the little boy who wasn’t quite asleep, lifted his head off the pillow and said, “Daddy, what are you going to do with my world?”
That is the unspoken question of every child to every one of us.
Who is Christ, really, for us, and what is He going to do with our world?
We look around and we see the urgent issues that we’re all facing, on all sides — war and peace, economic…
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