Thoughts From a Young Man: Every Member

Luke 19:35

And they brought it to Jesus, and throwing their cloaks on the colt, they set Jesus on it.

We think highly of the preacher, the court herald, and at times more highly of the guitarist, the court minstrel, we never think much of the valets and mechanics who work to the glory of their King. Oh but here what glory is it to be the valet, the motor pool worker, the stable hand of the Son of God. Oh how highly does he esteem each of us. How significant in his eye is the role that each of us are given! We are vital and honored in the kingdom of God. Oh how blessed is he who holds the door for the Son! We blessed to be in his kingdom. Not because we make music or stand in the podium. These few held the reigns the Son of God, the Christ. Our blessing is being in the kingdom that is the measure of our value and that alone. Christ died that I might live! That is our resounding chorus.

    • Mulford Martin
    • August 2nd, 2011

    Kyle, my dear grandson, I’m glad this preaching lifestyle makes you happy. Not all of us feels the same way, nor do we live our lives as strictly according to the Bible as you do. So you’ll excuse us if we simply skip your postulations and go our merry way enjoying those aspects of our lives that we find uplifting and non-accusatory.

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