Into Your Heart

... if any one eats of this Bread, he will live forever

John 6:51
I Kings 19:4-8; Psalm 34:2-9; Ephesians 4:30-5:2; John 6:41-51

Despite his ongoing business success, a man was unhappy with the way his life was going. Consequently, he consulted a pious monk for advice.

“I’m never satisfied! I feel empty — unfulfilled!”

To which the holy man replied, “As the fish perishes on dry land, so you perish when you get entangled in the world. The fish must return to the water –- so you must return to solitude.”

The man asked nervously, “You mean I have to go into a monastery?”

“No, no,” replied the monk. “Hold on to your business and go into your heart.”

Is it possible that some of us go home Sunday after Sunday spiritually fed but completely unfulfilled? Could it be that some of us are starving to death spiritually because the message hasn’t gone into our hearts?

In his autobiography, John Stuart Mill writes that his father had recognized that he was a very gifted child and proceeded to cram his head with all sorts of…

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