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When Heinrich Heine, that great Ger-
man poet, came upon the armless
statue of Venus of Milo, he was much
disturbed. He marveled at its beauty, at
its grace of line, its flawless form, and
he agreed it was a masterpiece of
"What do you think of it?" a friend
beside him asked. "Ah, she is beautiful,
but then, she has no arms to hold fast
to humanity! "
Your arms and hands are Christ's "to
hold fast to humanity." lt is your holy
task to be Gods instruments to mold
the lives of men and Women and chil-
dren, to fashion by the Spirits direction
masterpieces of the Christian life.
Your hands are the hands of Christ to
lead people to His Cross so that in its
shadow they might find rest for their
souls, joy for their hearts, and meaning
for their lives. You are "crucified with
Christ," and men should see the prints
of the nails in your hands.
He loves the people whom you will
serve. He has died and risen for them.
His arms embrace all mankind in a full-
hearted expression of His sacrificial
love. May your hands hold fast to hu-
manity, and may you find a thrilling
ministry in taking people by the hand
"Come and see my Lord!"
M. L. Koehneke