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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Homelessness, a Saving Vocation?

God brought salvation to the world, metaphorically speaking, through homeless people. Adam and Eve were homeless when they were expelled from their home in the Garden of Eden. Abraham was a homeless nomad and Moses, after all those years in the wilderness experienced homelessness too. The Jews have perpetually suffered homelessness, especially in the wilderness, then during the Babylonian captivity and most recently, for 2,000 years when having no homeland up to the founding of their new home after WW II.

Lastly and most importantly, the Savior of the world was homeless too – Jesus, as well as his mother and father - Mary and Joseph while on the road for the census and then again on the road to Egypt. Jesus was homeless during the three years of his public ministry too.

Question: Today, how does God bring salvation to the world through those around us who are homeless?
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