Wood has many properties; feeling pain is not one of them. The campfire lit a cross of wood made with sticks and twine. As a teen, I tacked slips of paper with a list of my sins on a wooden cross. Lately, I more fully appreciate what and Who that action represented.
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If you feel forsaken, be encouraged, you’re in good company. Our beloved Savior cried on the cross, “My God, why have You forsaken me?” (Matthew 27:46) Christ Himself asked why, too. To imagine why is so hard!
Blind people do not see––well, that’s a ridiculous thought. Of course, they can’t see, they’re blind! But are they? I’ve noticed the blind are very perceptive, heard their other senses’ acuteness heightens to compensate for their visual impairment.
Are people more important to you than your own opinion? Your own feelings? People should matter more. After all, Jesus came and died to save them.