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Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Francis Kong's Blog Post: “” plus 1 more

Francis Kong's Blog Post: “” plus 1 more


Posted: 25 Dec 2012 05:10 AM PST

A story is told of a teacher in Africa taught the nationals that people gave each other gifts on Christ’s birthday as an expression of their joy.
A student gave this teacher a beautiful seashell as a gift. When asked where he had discovered such an extraordinary shell, the native said he had walked many miles to a certain bay, the only place where these shells could be found.
The teacher was deeply moved and told the young man how much he appreciated his gift, to which the native replied, “Long walk, part of gift.”
It’s not the price of the gift but the “long walk” behind it.

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Posted: 24 Dec 2012 07:06 PM PST

Just attended the wonderful Christmas Eve service at Menlo Park and John Ortberg reminds us that the very first Christmas was not a time of peace but of turmoil yet God declares the words: “Do not be afraid!”
Some may be hurting, some may be sad but God is with us. Do not be afraid.

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