On the fiftieth anniversary of his graduation, a man decided to visit his alma mater, a small liberal arts college. This man, a physician, had done many different things over the years. He had been a surgeon in a large hospital. He had been decorated as a military hero in World War II. He was a respected historian; an expert gardener; an accomplished bicyclist; a devoted husband, father and grandfather. During his visit to the school, the old graduate was interviewed by a student reporter who asked, “What is the most important thing you learned in college?” Without hesitation, he replied, “How to go on learning for the rest of my life!”
For some people, the world is ever fresh and new: always some new direction for life.
“I will give you a new heart and place a new spirit within you,” says the Lord (Ez. 34:26).
“This cup is the new covenant in My blood,” Jesus says to His disciples (1…
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