But with faith in the Lord, we can easily traverse any kind of path that comes our way no matter how hard it could be. Our strength is not sufficient, but if we cling to the Lord, His grace and power will make us perfect through our weakness. No one comes near to one if you do not do it first.
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Maybe this was a real star. Where does it lead? The star leads to Judea. The three kings followed their star into Judea and using it as a first century GPS system. To them Judea was a strange and scary new place. We too are following a star, we are working to better connect our church to our neighborhood. And to use some of these changes sometimes seem strange and scary.
When that happens, the lesson of the three kings is to keep faith: God will work things out. The star leads to the Messiah.
Not to the safe, sanitized Messiah of mega church fame; not even to the adorable baby we see on some Christmas cards. Rather it leads to the God who lurks in the most unlikely of places, to the one who surprises us by showing up in the most surprising places and at the most inconvenient times.
It leads them to safety far from Herod. Who is the Herod of our time? Those who make Christmas a profit center? Those who amass great wealth while denying the working poor a living wage?
Those who exploit old visions of race and religion in a craven attempt to hold political power? Or our own weakness that leads us to avoid sacrifice, struggle and strife? It leads to God in the most unexpected place. The star does not lead our kings to a nice warm palace or to the home of a Roman citizen. Instead if leads them on to the crib of a poor Jewish child, a child who at first glance was not a king, nor a prince, nor even someone of any importance at all.
And that I think is the point: that by following our spiritual star, our spiritual path, we too can find God where we least except to find anything of value.Buy Call to Prayer (Piano) arr. Melody Bober at bluesrock.granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfo Piano Sheet Music. Starting sweetly and simply, as most prayers do, each moderately ad.