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Who needs the moon?

The world spent a tremendous amount of time, effort, and money in the race to put a person on the moon. Heaven is further than the moon, and it takes more to get someone there.

In order to reach the moon, people had to do math that no one had ever done. There were problems that hadn't existed and questions that hadn't been asked, and figuring out both the issues and the solutions was necessary to making the mission work. It required using tools that already existed in entirely new ways - or inventing entirely new tools. 

Your effort to show someone Jesus is like a mission to the moon. In order to get the message of the Gospel to them (to get them to heaven,) you're going to have to do preaching and teaching and loving and caring that no one has ever done, at least not in that specific way. 

If you do it, though - if you push past the edges of what you've done or know how to do - if you let the hard questions come and search for the answers - if you learn to let your generosity counterbalance the awkwardness - if you find 372 ways to explain the same concept - if you lie awake and pray until you can't keep your eyes open anymore - and then, using the words you say or things you do God leads that person to believe... 

Who needs the moon?


Luke 15:8 | β€œOr suppose a woman has ten silver coins and loses one. Does she not light a lamp, sweep the house and search carefully until she finds it?