Thursday, July 9, 2015


We vastly underestimate the effects of the reality that our fall into sin, back in the Garden of Eden, had not only in turning us toward doing the bad instead of the good, but, simultaneously, it also meant that we would become very, very, very foolish. And that was bound to play out in all kinds of crucial and massive ways in our individual lives, our families, and in our politics and society. We need the rescuing gift of God's truth as much as we need his grace. (Eph. 4:17-19)

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