Learning a foreign language

By christos on April 6, 2017 in Sponsorship

The idealism and self-sacrificing commitment of that wartime generation are harder to find in our society today. But as Christians, we are challenged to rediscover that commitment. Jesus is saying to his people today the same sort of thing Uncle Sam said in those posters. Jesus is saying to us, “Your church—my church—needs you!”

But Jesus has not abandoned us. The fact that these things have come upon us is not a sign of his displeasure; it is instead a sign of his relentless love, working always to build his likeness in us. Now is not the time to lose courage. He who began to do this work in and through us does not intend to abandon it, nor does he want us to abandon it. The church has experience and special qualities and gifts that Jesus has given to us.

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These old Doomsday Devices are dangerously unstable. I'll rest easier not knowing where they are. And until then, I can never die? We're rescuing ya. Ugh, it's filthy! Why not create a National Endowment for Strip Clubs while we're at it? Michelle, I don't regret this, but I both rue and lament it.

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  • proistak
    proistak - reply

    These old Doomsday Devices are dangerously unstable. I’ll rest easier not knowing where they are. And until then, I can never die?

  • christos
    christos - reply

    These old Doomsday Devices are dangerously unstable. I’ll rest easier not knowing where they are. And until then, I can never die? We’re rescuing ya. Ugh, it’s filthy! Why not create a National Endowment for Strip Clubs while we’re at it? Michelle, I don’t regret this, but I both rue and lament it.

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