The Yoke Of Jesus

Do this, and life is yours

Luke 10:25-37
Deuteronomy 30:10-14; Psalms 69:14,17,30-31,33-34,36-37; Colossians 1:15-20: Luke 10:25-37

A middle-aged man visited a psychiatrist …

“Something is wrong with me,” he said. “I keep thinking that I’m a dog.” Hearing that, the doctor asked, “How long have you been feeling this way?” The patient replied, “Ever since I was a puppy.”

“The Little Tree that Wished to Have Different Leaves” is the title of a folk-poem the school children of Vienna used to recite. It tells the story of a little oak tree, standing alone, amid hundreds of trees bearing leaves that are different from its own …

Seeing the other varieties, the oak tree becomes envious. “If I were allowed to change my leaves I would be the happiest tree in the forest,” it cries out. Hearing…

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