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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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Now to the future and what needs to be done.
I grew up by the sea. As we landed at Vancouver airport., looked as though we would land where my house was, by the sea.
I read the life of a great sea captain. This man never set off on a voyage without going into his cabin without removing a book from a black box in a big chest. He would read, close his eyes and put the book back. No one asked what this was about. On his death at sea, after his burial, his 2 i/c looked at the book. It had a single entry, "starboard is on the right, port is on the left."
Let us remember in these days of clever people that there are truths which we must observe. These are not secrets for certain people. They are clear directions for all people. "Starboard is on the right, port is on the left."
The words Jesus is giving to us. As Jesus faced the multitude, hungry and seeking and in great need. He turned to his disciples and said, you give them something to eat. Jesus and his disciples faced a great multitude with a great need. There are many people in need physically and spiritually. There were very few resources. There was a handful of disciples. None of them would have been approved by the diocesan board of ordination. There were very few resources and a handful of loaves and fishes. But Jesus was there.
But God. That is the point at which everything changes. We all have to get to the end of ourselves. You re right you have no where else to go but God.
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