II Chronicles 36:14-16,19-23; Psalms 137:1-6; Ephesians 2:4-10; John 3:14-21
In her modest but lovely little home in Japan, the widow of Toyohiko Kagawa, one of the great Christians of modern times, often received visitors from foreign lands who wanted to learn more about her late husband. She talked about his early life when he had been orphaned and left with relatives who mistreated him. He contracted tuberculosis and believed that he was dying (which he was). She talked about the dramatic religious experience that came to him: he saw a blinding light in his room and immediately sensed that he was surrounded by God’s healing Presence. And he was healed by this experience: transformed, physically and spiritually, both. After all the hardship and suffering Kagawa had been through, one…
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