None of us has actually seen what Jesus did, so we need to study the scriptures to know these things. We know he taught his beliefs to the people and many of the quotations from these 25 days are things he taught and therefore did. He performed what I call miracles, but I don’t know if miracles in his form are of need today. We know he fed multitudes from little, but is that not what giving to the food bank is about. He had some mighty high standards, but as Scouts you can always try to meet them. It is said that he was the only perfect person. All of us should strive to be Christ like in our behavior. If we slip and fall, Jesus taught us to repent and sin no more. Try to do and behave as Jesus would do.
Author: Joyce Olesen | is a grandmother, mother, and daughter of Scouters. She loves kids, camping, country music and sports cars. Her Dad was a Scout leader in Chicago in the early 1920’s and having only daughters did not bolster his Scouting hopes. As his “Scout” she was tying regulation knots by the time she was 7.