Saturday, June 2, 2012


It has never been my life, I have never owned any time, and God has never called me to fit him in. To live is Christ, and to die is gain, and until we give up this foolish notion that we have anything of our own to give we will never have the radical impact that true Christians have. It’s not about what we can give. It’s about what we haven’t given yet. What we haven’t yet dragged to the altar and made into a living sacrifice. The true Christian life isn’t something you do, it’s something you are. And I’m tired of trying to have my cake and eat it too.

We've all got places in our life where we know we need to change. And these aren't confusing changes, they're just places where we decided the road got a little uncomfortable, or we just ran out of time, so we built a little tent on the side of the road. For some of us, that tent has become a mansion. And for me, it's time to move out.


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