God’s plan for us may not meet our finite human expectations, but it will certainly, ultimately, in some way, exceed them.
He will wipe every tear from their eyes (Rev. 21:4). When we ask why bad things happen, we’re acknowledging that the way life is right now is not how it ought to be. Why is that significant?
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You know who you are. You're sitting a couple rows back so no one really, really notices you singing your heart out. I see you.
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An ancient parable that has remarkable application to today's social media world
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