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A Word from Pastor Dennis– June 3, 2020
shall be telling this with a sigh
ages and ages hence; Two roads diverged in a wood, and I---- I took the one
less traveled by, And that made all the difference
This is the closing phrase of Robert Frost's poem
"The Road Not Taken." We live in a world of options, so many options
that sometimes our decisions seem no more meaningful than the flip of a
coin. Our tendency today leans more
toward just following the crowd or going with the flow. We become so accustomed to or comfortable
with the "norm" or with the direction the crowd goes that we just
settle for it.
In the early days of our faith when Jesus came into
the world, a fork in the road of faith
appeared. That fork exists today as we
face daily the conflicts which are before us.
We tend to follow the same path and make the same decisions which give
us the same problems time and again.
Robert Frost says in his poem, "I took the one
less traveled by, and that made all the difference." Jesus waits patiently
for us to sort through all of the conflicting opinions of this world and turn
to Him for He is truly "The road less traveled" in our world today.
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