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May 21, 2017 – Mike Ashcraft

Trying to get God “on our side” often brings out the worst in us. Pride yields superiority. It’s us vs. them, right vs. wrong, enlightened vs. naive and morally superior vs. everyone else. In our mind, the only way for this mad world to become sane is for everyone to see things from our perspective. Without us even realizing it, unity around the issues becomes idolatry and the thing we truly worship. We need to bring our issues to Christ rather than Christ to our issues. This begins by reflecting on our interaction with authority. The more passionate we are about an issue, the more submissive we need to be. We must look within ourselves and be honest about what drives our behavior and our response to others.

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