Max Lucado 3:16 – The Numbers of Hope: March 6, 2016

[When the pilot booted my sick wife and me off our flight home,] I wanted to plead my case, but the man in charge was unavailable for comment.  He had a 747 to fly…and no time for us.

Can you relate?  You may feel similar sentiments about the pilot of the universe.  God: the too-busy-for-you commander-in-chief, the faceless skipper who passes down nonnegotiable decisions.  His universe hums like a Rolls-Royce, but sick passengers never appear on his radar screen.  Even worse, you may suspect a vacant captain’s seat.

How do we know a hand secures the controls?…  Christ weighs in decidedly on this discussion.  He escorts passengers to the cockpit, enters 3:16 in the keypad, and unlocks the door on God.

Max Lucado

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