SEE THE CHRIST AND NOT THE CRISIS

"Matters have reached a crisis!" How often is this cry uttered in the stress of human experience. The world appears to accept as natural and even inevitable the necessity of facing a series of crises in almost every phase of human existence.

In international affairs or in individual human relations, in business life or in bodily conditions, it too frequently seems that a deterioration from a harmonious state is found gathering momentum until a crisis is reached. At that point human sense says that things might begin to improve, but at the same time grimly steels itself for the worst.

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April 12, 1958
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