Finish this sentence: “If they could put a man on the moon, you think that surely they could …”
Putting a man on the moon seems to be the apex of human achievement, that event by which other efforts are measured.
Of course, not even NASA can build us a conveyance to God. No amount of effort can rebuild our relationship with him. Only the Cross carries us to the divine presence.
But let’s think of more mundane things. Many items we use on a daily basis are less than ideal, have manufacturing flaws, or just don’t work as they should. Or maybe we’re still waiting on that nifty invention that, in view of available technology, should be on the shelf already.
We’ll not regard any reply as complaining or murmuring. Just so you’ll feel good about answering today’s Nudge.