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  1. stephanie smith on February 25, 2014 at 7:02 am

    The “what ifs” confront my very human need for certainty. They roll into your bottom line of giving up managing everything.

    The thought of resting in Christ can still feel lazy or negligent to me. Until I begin to see that it IS action. The most intense action that is required of me.

    On the outside it appears almost flippant, but the effort required in staying at His feet is an athletic endeavor.

    And well spent!



  2. Doug Lyle on February 24, 2014 at 6:30 am

    Romans 12:2 comes to mind (pun intended). I’ve been told and my experience validates that a transformed mind occurs intentionally. I’ve also been told that the transformation comes about in two ways: 1. change what I think about so that my actions are changed accordingly and 2. change what I do so that my mind is changed accordingly. It’s a two-pronged attack against the tyranny of my comfortable and safe ruts.