Deuteronomy 4:32-34,39-40; Psalm 33:4-6,9,18-20,22; Romans 8:14-17; Matthew 28:16-20
Thanks to medical science, technology, and other factors, people are living longer and longer. Regrettably, it is not always the case that extending the number of years results in enhancing the quality of life. The famous author, “Anonymous,” has been quoted as saying, “The problem with what we call “life” is that it is daily.” And I am here to say that the responsibility we call “life” beckons us to rise above the level of mere daily existence — at any age.
A high school senior and his buddy sat down at their usual seats and opened their lunch boxes. “I can’t believe it,” the boy complained, “peanut butter and jelly sandwiches again.” On the second day, he complained, “I hate these peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.”
On the third day, he did it again! “I’m so sick of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches,” he whined. His buddy had a suggestion. “Look, if you hate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that much, why don’t you…
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