April 20, 2014
John 20:1-18
1 Corinthians 15:19-26
Acts 10:34-43

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Mother Teresa is one of the towering saints of our century. She has won the respect of religious people of all faiths as well as the esteem of secular minds. On many an occasion she has expressed the secret of her compassion to be the belief that she ministers to the actual person of Jesus Christ. The diseased, the starving, the dying, the most repulsive of human conditions are healed, fed, soothed, and comforted because she sees in them the person of Jesus Christ.
Isn`t it remarkable that the King on the throne does not ask questions about theology, creed, or church? Not that these are unimportant. They simply are not mentioned. The decisive element that divides the accepted from the rejected is the response to human need. The one group hears the blessed word, COME, while the other hears the terrible word, DEPART.
- Meddock
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