Jeremiah 1:4-5,17-19; Psalms 71:1-6,15-17; I Corinthians 12:31-13:13; Luke 4:21-30
A troubled man paid a visit to a therapist. “What can I do for you,” asked the doctor, “what’s your problem?” The patient answered, “I think I’m suffering from an inferiority complex.” He then went on to talk at length about his background, his relationships, his job, his whole life story. Hearing all of this, the therapist said to himself, “I’ve got news for this fellow. He doesn’t have a complex, he really is inferior.” Of course, the same can be said of each and every one of us. In a sure and certain sense, we’re all inferior. To some degree, we’re all imperfect. We’re all sinners. Who among us can lay claim to having achieved her or his full…
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