Acts 1:1-11; Psalm 47:2-3,6-9; Ephesians 1:17-23; Luke 24:46-53
In the much-beloved film the “Wizard of Oz,” a great cyclone strikes in the state of Kansas, transporting young Dorothy to a strange land called Oz. She meets three very engaging characters — a scarecrow, a tin woodsman and a cowardly lion. Dorothy discovers that the scarecrow would like more than anything else to have a brain; that the tin woodsman, above all else, longs to have a heart; that the cowardly lion wants most of all to be courageous. Dorothy and her three new acquaintances then set out together in search of the one and only Wizard of Oz who would show them how to satisfy all their needs and wants — how to solve all their problems. The…
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