Last Sunday morning Paul Luther, the adult Sunday school teacher, told us about a homecoming where his people attend. There were several unique things about this homecoming but one thing that stuck in my mind was the concept of wanted posters. It seems that if you were not in attendance that they would put up wanted posters with your name on the poster. This got me to thinking, what if God put out a wanted poster? What would the poster say? Would my name be on one of them? Would everyone would be required to put up posters and report directly to God if they saw someone fitting the description. Romans 3:23 tells us that everyone has sinned and come short of Gods expectations, for God calls everyone to repentance and to believe in Jesus Christ (Acts 19:4). So under the description, would it have people wanted who are imperfect and have sin in there life. In the second chapter of Ephesians, Paul tells us that God wants people dead in sins to be made alive through Jesus Christ (Ephesians 2:5) and make them part of his family (Ephesians 2:19). I guess the poster could say wanted “people dead or alive” and even offer a reward. Through Jesus Christ a person can have the greatest reward known to mankind, which is eternal life (Romans 6:23). His poster would not be just for bad people, like in the post office, but for all people in spite of there faults. So I guess in a way God has put out a wanted poster in the form of the Gospel and all of our names are on it.