Christ clothed Himself with humanity, so that humanity could be clothed with Christ.
A couple weeks ago, my mom read to us a true story of a pilot whose plane crashed. He had opportunity to escape to safety, but instead he chose to remain in the plane, doing what he could to keep it from crashing into a town. Having followed the principle of “I’m Third” for his entire life, he now followed it to death. The plane crashed, but missed the town. The pilot had sacrificed his life for theirs.
You know, at the end of the day, I often look back and think, “I did a pretty good job today.” I didn’t lose my temper. I read my Bible. There isn’t anything too grievous on my record. Continue reading
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