"Jesus Christ is indeed a crutch for the lame, to help us walk upright, just as he is medicine for the spiritually sick, bread for the hungry and water for the thirsty. We do not deny this; it is perfectly true. But then all human beings are lame, sick, hungry and thirsty. The only difference between us is not that some are needy, while others are not. It is rather that some know and acknowledge their need, while others either don't through ignorance or won't through pride."
Wednesday, 30 December 2009
Is Jesus just a crutch for the weak?
John Stott writes,