March 2018
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Our yearly devotional booklet consists of English translations of some of our Spanish messages. The applications have been changed to be suitable for Christians, while our Spanish messages are targeted to non-Christians. Mondays through Saturdays you will find a daily message below. If you've missed a day, click the corresponding date on the calendar to the left to see the message for that day. If you would like to see the actual Spanish message that is being broadcast today, visit

Eph. 5:1-2/Phil. 2:1-8

The cry was unmistakable. It was the anguished cry of a small child calling out to his mother. And Bruno Bianchi, a giant of a man, over 6 feet, 6 inches tall, did not hesitate for a moment.

Dino Ragusa, a little 4-year-old, had fallen into a deep abandoned well. Bruno found the well, studied his strategy, and began a dangerous descent, using both hands and feet. When he reached the sobbing child he laboriously, in very tight quarters, tied him to his belt, and began the ascent. The tall man saved the child from a sure death.

What makes this story unusual and beautiful is that 37-year-old Bruno Bianchi, the tall man from Viterba, Italy, is totally blind. "My ears and my hands served me as eyes", he simply said.

All healthy people have five physical senses, and at times we even talk about a sixth sense, that rare ability to know something which cannot be perceived by the other five. But there is a seventh sense, which Bruno Bianchi seemed to have to a superlative degree. It is the sense of humanity.

A strong sense of humanity, demonstrated by a spirit of selflessness and deep compassion for those in need, is what causes a person to risk all he has to save another. By this sense the fireman throws himself into the flames of a burning house. The policeman exposes himself to gunfire. The seaman jumps into turbulent waves. The doctor cares for the most infectious sick person. The missionary penetrates the most dangerous jungle.

Jesus possessed this seventh sense to the greatest degree possible. With a grand and universal sense of humanity, He faced death confronting those in authority as well as the enraged mobs of His day. But He was neither killed by the Romans nor the Jews. His death on the cross was not a martyr's death. His death was voluntary and substitutionary. He died in our place. Moved by a great desire to save not just one life, but the lives of all human beings, Jesus willingly allowed Himself to be crucified on Mount Calvary. Listen to His words: "I lay down my life. No one takes it from me, but I lay it down of my own accord." (John 10:17,18)

As we accept God's divine gift, let us also by His grace, take on Christ's spirit of humility, selflessness, and compassion that will develop within our lives the "seventh sense" of humanity to a higher degree.

Radio Sultana in Santa Rosa de Copán, Honduras transmits A MESSAGE TO THE CONSCIENCE at 6:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and at 5:55 p.m. Pray that each person who hears the message will be drawn to Christ.

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