Mark 14:12-16, 22-26
Two men were walking through the woods when they encountered a huge grizzly bear. Immediately, they ran for cover in different directions. One climbed up a big tree. The other sought refuge in a cave. The bear stood waiting, halfway between the tree and the cave. Suddenly, the man in the cave emerged, running at top speed toward the tree. But as he drew close to the menacing bear, he stopped short, turned around, and ran back into the cave. Seconds later, he did it again. Then a third time. “For heavens sake,” the man in the tree cried out to him, “Why don’t you stay in the cave?” “There’s another bear in there,” the other man answered. That unfortunate man, it would seem, was in a rather hopeless situation.
There are times in all our lives when we can identify with the man in the cave, times when all seems hopeless, times when we don’t know which way to turn. A medical report…
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