A car with a bad engine is unworthy of your money, unless you have the means to fix it. And if your car behaves poorly, you begin to search for ways to repair it or to get another one.
If a road is closed because there is no bridge, only the true idiot continues undeterred. The tiniest modicum of wisdom forces people to find another route.
You can read the signs your car gives you, you can read the signs on the road. How is it that so many do not read the signs of warning in their dilapidated soul?
The philosopher Plato said, “The unexamined life is not worth living”. Isn’t it true, the one who ignores signs of warning encourages a bad day.
Your life is broken. If you don’t know that, you haven’t examined it very closely. Even according to the man Plato, your life then is not worth living. What’s your response to all this?
If a mechanic pulls up to a stop sign next to you and tells you he is willing to fix your falling car for free, wouldn’t he get your interest? Well I’ve pulled up next to you in the body of this message. I know the one who can fix your broken life. His name is Jesus.
By His Grace