posted on Feb, 16 2004 @ 06:30 PM
Once uppon a time, far back in time there lived a quite stubborn, but still rightious man who was watching over many congregations and was a preacher
people listened to, for he had our Father's Spirit in him. His name was Saul Paulus. He had this strange name since his family was both Jewish and
Roman. He was walking around in Athens one day and he was horrified by all the idols and statues of the local heroes of Troy and many other, even
Egyptian gods and the shame of Babel. But finally he came to an empty niche and he stopped to read the sign below it. It said: "To an unknown god".
And old Saul hit his hands to his thighs and he laughed. And after a while he thought for himself: I have never read anything this true. For they sure
don't know our Father. If they had, all the other niches would have been just as empty, but here it would simply say: Abba".
Wonder what he would have thought if he had taken this walk through the Vatican these days. Would he have found that empty niche? And would he have
found a greater truth?