Man's Selfishness and God's Love
DescriptionIn the gospel of Luke, God and man are heard asking precisely the same question. Let us briefly consider both.
In the twelfth chapter we are introduced to a rich farmer. God is seen providentially crowning all this man's former prosperity with the bestowal of a harvest so richly plentiful that he has actually no barn-room for the over-flowing abundance. He looks round his waving fields, he carefully gauges the capacity of his existing storehouses, and then asks the significant question, "What shall I do?" The answer that follows shows only too well what his heart is set upon. Four times in a few brief sentences he says, "I will"; but it is all in connection with his own easy-going, self-indulgent purposes. No less than ten times in ten short lines he uses the significant words "I" and "my". As for God, He is not in all his
8 pages Pamphlet Author: G. Cutting