“Which painting in the National Gallery would I save if there was a fire? The one nearest the door of course”.
These words of George Bernard Shaw are meaningful. There seem to be lots of valuable things in life. Human beings, created by a creative God, are endowed with huge talents, amazing gifts, overwhelming power and creativity to bring in existence other things… But in the end all that count is not things… even the greatest masterpieces are nothing compared to a human life or soul.
This past week we had another great, if not the greatest thing… called Vacation Bible School. Our team has created another huge event that we can be proud of… but the thing that counted where those over 400 souls who were touched by the Message. Even if the whole frame we have constructed for the VBS will be burnt down and disappear, the things were bestowed in those lives will last forever, we hope and pray for that.
We can show you the frame, the things we’ve done… but would be impossible to show you what God has done in those souls. You’ll have to trust us.
Talking about the frame, this year we discovered God in a hi-tech project called “Infinity”, helped by an entire army of computer geeks and the famous professors Dexter and Newton. We teleported them in front of the whole audience every morning, from different locations. Equipped with iPads (with Bible verses) and magnetic access cards, everyone stepped into our multimedia Laboratories, discovering every day a new face of God. You can have a better image visiting our website: www.proiectulinfinity.tk. Short video clips and hundreds of photos will definitely “teleport” you into our reality!
If I started with some meaningful words, let me finish with something similar. Each year, as you know, we have over 50 teenage volunteers who are giving their soul out… not talking about the benefits they have in their walk with God by serving God’s Kingdom. To them, and to you, if I may, I would like to say: And in the end it’s not the years in your life that count. It is the life in your years. (Abraham Lincoln)
Thank you for helping these events take place. This, also, is “life in your years”.