Monthly Archives: November 2013

Self and Truth

To look deeply at ourselves is to boldly face a truth we would rather avoid, and to also find a sustaining joy.¬†Passing from death to life, from old creation to new, is not a single event, but a daily journey. … Continue reading

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Why Perfection is Imperfect

Perfection is overrated. It is certainly exaggerated in my thinking. In my imagination, when I am impractically dreaming, I think about what I suppose to be perfect . . . and it is fantastic! The perfect job, the perfect friend, … Continue reading

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Labels & Diagnosis

Today, while thinking more about how we looked at the story of Zaccheus, I had another thought. ¬†I see a pattern to how Jesus interacted, not only with this chief tax-collector, but everyone. He avoids both making a diagnosis of … Continue reading

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