Doctors of Service

The Son of Man Himself did not come to be served but to serve

Mark 10
Isaiah 53:10-11; Psalms 33:4-5,18-20,22; Hebrews 4:14-16; Mark 10:35-45

Once upon a time a woman in tattered clothes and her sad-looking little boy stood on a big city street corner begging for food, or money to buy food. It so happened that among the passersby was a wealthy man who looked but offered no help. When he arrived at his palatial home and looked upon his dinner table laden with the finest foods, he began to think about the poor little child and his desperate mother. And the more he thought about that situation, the angrier he became at God. Then he clenched his fist and shook it in what he thought to be in God’s direction. “How can You allow such misery?” he cried out. “Why don’t you do something to help those unfortunate people?” And, somewhere, deep within himself, came God’s answer: “I did. I created you.”

“Let the greater among you be as … the servant.” These are Jesus’ words, not mine. And He intended them to hit His listeners right…

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