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  1. glen on March 12, 2013 at 1:48 pm

    One of the biggest things that pierces my heart is the ‘chosen’ or ‘adopted’ component of salvation. With my family situation, this is acutely apparent to me. God does not “have” to love me but chooses to adopt and love me unconditionally which is the only way that I could be lovable to Him.

  2. stephanie smith on March 12, 2013 at 7:29 am

    I “cannot even hazard a pledge”….amen. I once flooded many an altar with tears. It is actually, in my mind, my most offensive action towards God. In other sins my camp was readily apparent. At those emotional altars deception was complete.

    I don’t hazard pledges anymore. I wearied myself and God. I hear God say “who are you kidding?”. Instead, I seek Him. That is it. He is more than able to “perfect.that which concerns me.”

    “Should we look within…” one of the most frightening cliches I hear is “the answer lies within”. My world becomes a nightmare looking within. It is exhausting, confusing and leaves me blown by every wind. I need a Holy answer; One who knows no fear or confusion. Especially when the answer is “wait”.

    I don’t have what it takes. But God sure does!