Sirach 3:2-7,12-14; Psalms 128:1-5; Colossians 3:12-21; Luke 2:22-40
Mother Teresa of Calcutta was a living legend of love to the poor and oppressed and the homeless and people dying in the streets. Not only was she directly involved with people in need, but also she managed to find time to travel all over the world, seeking support for this ministry …
On one such trip she gave a talk at the National Presbyterian Church. Author Colleen Evans said she was deeply moved by Mother Teresaís talk. ìI would have done anything for her,î she said. ìWhat can I do to help you?î she asked. Mother Teresa turned to her and said quietly, ìLove your family!î
Mother Teresa knew that anyone who aspired to greatness must serve the needs of all. Mother Teresa knew also that it all begins with us becoming as little children in our families and other close relationships.
The late Doctor Will Durant had a distinguished career as an author and educator. Among his written works was the monumental story…
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