Numbers 6:22-27; Psalms 67:2-3,5-6,8; Galatians 4:4-7; Luke 2:16-21
At the beginning of a each new year, the great American author Ernest Hemingway made it his practice to give away some of his prized possessions. He explained he did so to prove that he owned them, and that if he wasn’t able to give them away, then they owned him. Hemingway regretted that “we spend so much time on things that cannot feel and cannot love, instead of lavishing our care on people, who can feel our affection and return our love.”
The great Christian author and theologian C.S. Lewis loved books. Someone once asked him if there would be books in heaven. He replied that the only books in our heavenly libraries would be the ones we…
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