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My job is to tap into the source for the sake of that which is depending on me. God’s care was never meant to inspire carelessness in us.
Where would we be today if God had only loved us without giving us a gift that visibly and tangibly expressed that love?
Today, or last week, or right this minute, someone – some dreamer – is casting a vision that may trouble you or trouble me because it threatens some value we hold.
Change happens. But here’s what hasn’t changed: We’re still just trying to connect with each other and share God’s love.
These days, standing within five feet of anyone feels so intimate. Seeing someone’s smile unmasked? Enough to start your blood pumping. So dangerous.
Going places doesn’t necessarily make a life richer, not if all you ever do is take the well-worn route up the ladder of success or down the road of self-preoccupation.
Maybe the largest offense is not disobedience but lack of trust. What if, rather than pointing the finger or hiding, Adam, Eve, Peter, any of us, bravely asked for forgiveness?
As I fight to end systemic oppression, I have to remind myself to slow down and listen to the stories of individuals who are impacted by that oppression.
One opening is often all it takes for the Spirit to invade. Sometimes it hurts. In every case, it aims to heal.
At least once a week, another friend tells me they’re swearing off social media. One can’t take all the negativity. Another says she is drowning. I daresay Jesus understands.