Proverbs 8:22-31; Psalms 8:4-9; Romans 5:1-5; John 16:12-15
A politician running for office was outraged over an editorial about him that appeared in the local newspaper …
He burst into the newsroom, charged into the editor’s office, pounded his fist on the desk and said, “You are telling lies about me in your paper, and you know it.” To which the editor replied, “Even so, you have no reason to complain. What would you do if we told the truth about you?”
In terms of our Christian living, what would we do if they told the truth about us?
Isidore Robey, the world-famous physicist, came to the United States as a small child and grew up on New York City’s Lower East side. In an interview he was asked how a poor immigrant boy was able to become one of the leading physicists in the world. He said, “I couldn’t help it. It was because of my mother. My mother had a deep appreciation for the search for truth. And every single…