A Cartoonist’s Philosophy December 3, 2018

Charles Schultz, the American cartoonist known for the comic strip “Peanuts”, once gave two interesting lists of questions to consider. The list said, “Name the five wealthiest people in the world. Name the last five Miss Americas. Name the last ten world Series winners. Schultz then said, “Now name some teachers who aided your journey through school. Name three friends who helped you through difficult times. Name five people who taught you something worthwhile. Name five people who made you feel appreciated and special. The lesson—Those who make a difference in our lives aren’t the ones with the most money or awards, but those who cared. And nobody cares like Jesus, the Son of God. To the sad and broken hearted, Peter urged, “Cast all your care upon Him for He cares for you.” He really does.

Pastor Alex Rockwell
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