People thrive within the boundaries they construct to understand the chaos and confusion that is the life around them. As Christians we are no different, but with the thrust to interpret divine reality our constructed realities easily become self-serving, vicious, and abusive.
One of our most critical jobs is to dissect how and why we’ve constructed our world with the hope that we might be able to see through our protective cocoon to a reality that is often dark, cold, and hard to grasp. Reality is a fickle friend who smiles upon us while scheming our demise. This is my world, and my need for hope.
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