One thing that I am hyper-aware of in this season is the fact that everything that we do is motivated by what we believe.
God’s love is not because of anything I’ve done. He loves me simply because he loves me. There’s nothing I can do to make him love me any more or any less.
Truth without love can be harsh and critical.
Honesty with empathy is welcoming and kind.
I’m learning that there’s no shame in embracing our limitations.
What would our world look like if we dared to examine our beliefs, experiences, and worldviews so that we understood what we were bringing into a situation?
By doing things for future generations the church is setting itself apart from the rest of the world.
I feel overwhelming gratitude for those who have gone before me and consistently show me how to live vulnerably.
I wonder how many of our interactions and reactions during times of stress, affect the lives of others.
I had always thought of paradise as a goal worth working toward. But what if there’s a more worthy goal?
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