Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Sep 25, 2016
The story of this encounter, like our own journey of faith, may be viewed from three perspectives: 1) The need for understanding (Luke 24:13–24), 2) The source of understanding (Luke 24:25–27), and 3) The response to understanding (Luke 24:28–32).
There is a story of an Army Airborne ranger who was learning to parachute. The sergeant barked out the orders: 1. Jump when you are told to jump. 2. Count to ten, then pull the ripcord. 3. If the first chute doesn’t open, pull the second ripcord. 4. When you land, a truck will take you back