He who is the Bread of Life began His ministry hungering. He who is the Living Water ended His ministry thirsting. Christ hungered as a man, but fed the multitudes as God. He was scorned and reviled, yet He is worthy of our highest praise. He came as a humble carpenter; yet He made the heavens and the earth. He was weary and tired, yet He is our rest and peace. He was called a devil, but He cast out demons. He prayed; yet He hears prayer. He wept, and He dries all our tears. He was sold for thirty pieces of silver; yet He redeems sinners with His precious blood. He was led like a lamb to slaughter, yet He is the Good Shepherd. He gave up His very life; and by dying He destroyed death!! :-D
_________________Martin G. Smith
Praise be to God!Never thought I would read Max Lucado on SI...but I'm glad I did!