Ezekiel 34:11-12,15-17; Psalms 23:1-3,5-6; I Corinthians 15:20-26,28; Matthew 25:31-46
In a syndicated newspaper cartoon, Santa Claus is pictured at his work bench putting a new toy together. From his nearby TV set, he hears a reporter saying,
We continue our look at the real meaning of Christmas sales indicators. Consumers have dramatically cut back their borrowing which could slow the economy, but which might be a healthy development after their earlier borrowing which boosted the economy but added to concerns of low savings and overstimulation, but could result in sluggish sales leading into the all-important Christmas sales period …
Whereupon, Santa looks up and says to himself, “It used to be a lot easier to know if they’ve been bad or good.”
Jesus’ timeless “Parable of the Last Judgment”…
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