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YOUR OWN EYES THAT SAW ALL.

YOUR OWN EYES THAT SAW ALL.

TEXT: Deuteronomy 11: 1-8.


 To see is to know, to understand and be a part of. No one but those specific people who ate the Passover meal on the night of freedom could tell the story the same. To everyone else it was history but to those who saw it reality. When someone moves to a new country their children hear of how things were in this precious place but they cannot experience the same as their parents. The events of the past are others a story not a reality.
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 Life moves quickly , children grow, people fall in love, we lose our loved ones but some events are so world changing, so huge and important to future generations but still fail to catch their imagination because they were not themselves. Those who saw Jesus and heard Jesus are the great pioneers of faith. They knew Jesus intimately. The mists of time have rolled by.

 Christianity is a faith from a shore far away and a time long ago. But we read Jesus does not change, He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. The blessings of faith are ours  even more because we have not seen like those who did see. We believe because of who Jesus is and what he promises. Though we long to see him,  hear him and touch him  we must wait for that glorious day when Christ himself  welcomes us into Heaven. But we still do have our own story to tell.
 Today is ours. We have our own history, in our place with our own people and this bring with it blessings or otherwise. We see the heart of men break and women, we hear the cries of the hungry, the greed of the rich and the shame of nations in distress.Now we bring to our world the love and hope of The Savior whose arms are still open and whose voice still cries out "forgive them". Your eyes are God's eyes in the world today; let us look with kindness on our fellow men.
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