It isn’t what I believe…

… about who I follow, but about my letting who I follow teach me to change what I believe.

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hesychastic, personal, Prayer

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  1. It’s always been about who, not what. The truth isn’t propositional, it’s personal and that person is Christ.

  2. David Felker 08/17/2010 — 8:55 pm

    Our deepest challenge, David, is realizing that He is not who we image Him being. Using but not trusting in what we’ve arrived at thinking and feeling about Him who created us, let alone what creation really is, allows us to yield to the Spirit.

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