Genesis 2:18-24; Psalms 128:1-6; Hebrews 2:9-11; Mark 10:2-16
The parents of a five-year-old son had just purchased a child’s world globe for the boy …
That evening, in the child’s bedroom, the father used the globe to take his son on a kind of tour of the world, pointing to continents and oceans and mountain ranges and all the rest.
Finally, when it seemed the boy had fallen asleep, the father wanted to tell the boy’s mother what he had been explaining to the child. He picked up the globe and began tip toeing out of the room. The little boy, who wasn’t quite asleep yet, lifted his head off the pillow and said, “Daddy, what are you going to do with my world?”
That is the unspoken question of every child to every one of us.
We look around and we see the urgent issues we’re all facing on all sides: war and peace, economic problems, hunger, poverty, the decline of lasting marriages, and much more. We look around and we ask…
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