Man has such strange ideas of the meaning of My invitation “Come unto Me.” Too often has it been interpreted as an urge to pay a duty owed to a Creator or a debt owed to a Savior.
The “Come unto Me” holds in it a wealth of meaning far surpassing even that. “Come unto Me” for the solution of every problem, for the calming of every fear, for all you need – physical, mental, spiritual.
Sick, come to Me for health. Homeless, ask Me for a home. Friendless, claim a friend. Hopeless, a refuge.
“Come unto Me” for everything.
Be not ye therefore like unto them: for your Father knoweth what things you have need of, before ye ask him. Matthew 6:8