On Sunday April 24, we will be looking a Peter’s instruction to live harmoniously, fifteen minutes after that, then we are looking at Spiritual gifts (“if the whole body was an eye, where would the hearing be?”) in the Theology Class at 11am. The illustration below serves both passages, hope it blesses your heart and illumines your mind!
Several years ago, two students graduated from the Chicago-Kent College of Law. The highest-ranking student in the class was a blind man named Overton and, when he received his honor, he insisted that half the credit should go to his friend, Kaspryzak. They had met one another in school when the armless Mr. Kaspryzak had guided the blind Mr. Overton down a flight of stairs. This acquaintance ripened into friendship and a beautiful example of interdependence. The blind man carried the books which the armless man read aloud in their common study, and thus the individual deficiency of each was compensated for by the other. After their graduation, they planned to practice law together.Gary Inrig, “Life in His Body.”
See you Sunday!