I often have debates with other Christians. The subject? What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus Christ?
We each have our own point of view. We each see God from our own vantage point. What is our culture? What did our parents teach us? What did we learn in school? In church? From our friends? What do we want to believe? How important to us are our sins? Are we willing to give up our sins?
Julie’s post does not address all those issues, but it does address an essential question. What is the cost of being a disciple of Jesus Chris?
This is NOT the picture of scrambled eggs that sat in a styrofoam bowl along with
a plastic fork and napkin that awaited me in the nuclear medicine lab this morning…
complete with a dixie cup of water–
but I just wasn’t thinking fast enough to snap a picture before downing
my radioactive breakfast.
I had gotten up with the chickens this morning in order to arrive at the hospital
bright and early for a gastric swallowing test.
It was to be a 90-minute procedure that I really felt was not at the heart of my
issues and not what I really needed but I am currently playing human guinea pig.
I was supposed to have an MRI Monday of my liver, with and without contrast…
of which would also take a look-see at my gallbladder and pancreas.
The scan had been scheduled for two months…but last week the gal…
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