At a Glance
You can't do anything these days without a license to do it. Open a restaurant, run a hot dog stand, be a lawyer, be a doctor, teach in school, pull a tooth, drive a car, get married, have a dog, cut hair, prepare taxes, run software, go fishing, go hunting, own a gun. And so on. Then we read here that Paul apparently suggests that we need to be "licensed" by God in order to perform certain Christian duties. Really?
For material based on today's gospel text, see "Convert Vision," October 14, 2007, at HomileticsOnline.com.
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