"What is this long line for, mama?" the little boy asked as he beheld the long line of parents and children who were in line waiting see Santa. Then looking into his mothers face he said "If Christmas is Jesus' birthday, where is the line to see Jesus?"
I heard that little story on the radio around Christmas time, and I was reminded of it recently. There are countless numbers of lines today; lines of people waiting to see him or her or them or this or do this or that. But, where is the line to see Jesus? I'm afraid, the one who loves us most, the one who gave his life so unfairly for every single soul is the one who is least noticed, the one who is least wanted, the one who is least loved, and the one who is least popular among men. It is sad, and it is a shame!
Will we as Christians make a difference? Will we remember to seek to see Jesus and encourage others to do the same?