From a Creighton Student's Perspective
January 2, 2011
Junior, Biology Major
Our Christian faith calls us to make the effort to make the inward journey to find ourselves. Think about it: though we all have lived with ourselves our entire lives, we can still know very little about who we are. What you know often focuses on your negative qualities, forgetting that “the glory of the Lord shines upon you.” We need to find Jesus in ourselves. The funny thing is, though you might expect a king to be in an ornate palace, He actually resides in the quiet town of Bethlehem. In our inner search, will He be in those things the material world values, or is He present in the quiet corners of our heart? The Wise Men had to go across their known world to find the King of Israel; are we willing to search the expanse of ourselves for our Savior?
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