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Do not merely listen to the word, and to deceive yourselves. Do what it says. Anyone who listens to the word but does not do what it says is like someone who looks at his face in the mirror and after looking at himself, goes away and immediately forgets what he looks like
– JAMES 1:22-24-
A cute joke gave me a much-needed reminder that expressing Christianity involves a lot more than opening my mouth. A preacher is new in town and looking for the post office. He walks around, searching, and sees a small boy. He asks the child for directions to the post office, and the child gives them. The preacher seeing an opportunity for a little free advertising, thanks him and say, “If you come to my church on Sunday and bring your family, I’ll tell you how to get to heaven.” “Mister,” the boy replies, you don’t even know how to get to the post office. How’re you going to show us the way to heaven?”
We imagine, with a little undeniable satisfaction. the preacher getting his comeuppance. Yet after the chuckles fade, we can see something in here for more than just preachers and clerics. It’s an echo of Jesus words to all of us when He tells His disciples to remove the planks from their own eyes before they try to remove the sliver from their neighbor’s eye. I like to think I know the way to God. But some days I can barely manage to be loving to my husband, tolerant of my noisy neighbors or patient with the problems of my friends.
Finding the way to heaven, I am reminded by this anecdote, it’s not a matter of talking about it with arrogant certainty. It is a matter of searching quietly, acting humbly and serving gracefully. Most of all, it is a matter of accepting my own flaws before I go searching for the limitations of others.
Father , teach me the right path to You, and then let me show others in how I live my life.——MARCI