A Word with You - July 7, 2011

 

The "I Care" Overload

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There's at least one reason I hate to be away from home for very long, and there are actually more than one. I come back to this giant stack of mail, and sometimes emails. In fact, depending on how long I've been gone, sometimes I come back to a box of mail, and that's pretty intimidating.

Frankly, I have to tell you a lot of it comes from Christian organizations. Oh, one or two of the letters might even be from me...who knows? And as I wade through that stack, I see dozens of great causes: radio ministries, missions in a variety of countries, children's ministries, help for the hungry, youth organizations, Christian colleges. It's great and it's overwhelming! "How can I care about all this, Lord?" That's what I ask. "I can't do this." Well, actually, He's given me a pretty liberating answer, and it might be the answer for you too.

 

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