The Gifts Of the Magi

Like the young couple in O. Henry’s story, who each pawned a prized possession to pay for a gift for their beloved which was rendered useless by that beloved’s pawning — like the child in Lewis’s story whose father is delighted with the gift his own sixpence bought him — our role is to offer God gifts he doesn’t need: our money, our time, our service, our devotion. 

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