Lent 43 – Looking


Lent 43 – Looking

Back to the labyrinth. This note was left under a rock on the pile at the center a few days ago. I don’t know who wrote it but I wonder what it is that they are looking for. Are they looking for assurance? For hope?

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  1. Maybe you could leave a note of assurance in the same place for that person in hopes that he/she returns!
    We all wonder at some point if we are worthy and if we could possibly make a difference. My daughter Sara and I recently discovered this song…and feel it sums us up – and others undoubtedly feel the same – we are “nobodies” who can live for the world to see Jesus in us:

    “Nobody” by Casting Crowns

    Why You ever chose me
    Has always been a mystery
    All my life, I’ve been told I belong
    At the end of a line
    With all the other Not-Quites
    With all the Never-Get-It-Rights
    But it turns out they are the ones You were looking for all this time

    ‘Cause I’m just a nobody trying to tell everybody
    All about Somebody who saved my soul
    Ever since You rescued me, You gave my heart a song to sing
    I’m living for the world to see nobody but Jesus

    Moses had stage fright
    And David brought a rock to a sword fight
    You picked twelve outsiders nobody would’ve chosen and You changed the world
    Well, the moral of the story is everybody’s got a purpose
    So when I hear that devil start talking to me, saying
    “Who do you think you are?” I say

    I’m just a nobody trying to tell everybody
    All about Somebody who saved my soul
    Ever since You rescued me, You gave my heart a song to sing
    I’m living for the world to see nobody but Jesus

    So let me go down, down, down in history
    As another blood-bought faithful member of the family
    And if they all forget my name, well, that’s fine with me
    I’m living for the world to see nobody but Jesus

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