II Chronicles 36:14-17,19-23; Psalms 137:1-6; Ephesians 2:4-10; John 3:14-21
In a delightful book called “To See a World in a Grain of Sand,” C.L. James tells the fable of a wise old cat who noticed a kitten chasing its tail. “Why are you chasing your tail so?” asked the wise old cat. The kitten replied, “I have learned that the best thing for a cat is happiness, and happiness is in my tail. Therefore, I am chasing it. And when I catch it, I shall have happiness.” To which the wise old cat responded, “My son, I have paid attention to the goings-on in the Universe. And I too have judged that happiness is in my tail. But I have noticed that whenever I chase after it, it keeps running away from me; and when I go about my business, it just seems to come after me wherever I go.”
“God sent His Son into the world … so that through Him the world might be saved,” we read in today’s Gospel Lesson. God…
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