Monday, February 23, 2015

Eating With Sinners - Mark 2:13-17 Post 8

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It's good to be sitting here
In the end, in THIS company - 
A little rough and ragged they are
Looking a lot like me
And we smile and talk and wonder
As we lean back and eat
Our problems, our struggles
We're as sick as we can be
If You had come to call the righteous (Mark 2:15-17)
There'd be no hope for me 
But
You are breaking the bread and pouring the wine...



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I have sought comfort everywhere else 
But here
You are breaking the bread and pouring the wine
You are saying, "Follow me"
And I follow
And I come and eat
My life in Your death
My comfort 
In Your suffering. 

(Mark 2:15-17) (Mark 14:22-25)
 
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