Good Lord, That’s Me!

Lord, who shall we go to? You have the message of eternal life

John 6:68
Joshua 24:1-2,15-17,18; Psalms 34:2-3,16-23; Ephesians 5:21-32; John 6:60-69

Anxiety is one of the hallmarks of our society. Daily preoccupation with such things as money and possessions or mindless pleasures or having control over other people’s lives is a stressful way of life. Commenting on this situation, Cavett Robert of the “National Speakers Association” said: “When my father missed a plane, he caught another one. When my grand-father missed a train, he caught one the next day. Their world did not come to an end. There were other trains and other planes. Today, we miss one section of a revolving door and our entire day is shot.”

Formal Education was the major preoccupation of a young woman named Melissa Breeze. She had two Undergraduate Degrees, two Masters Degrees and a Ph.D. But as she pursued her second Ph.D., the stress and strain of years of concentrated study began to show. She lost her sense of humor. She was becoming more and more irritable. She wore a frown on her face that never seemed…

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