Cognitive Dissonance

There’s a prayer I learned as a kid that I’ve now taught my kids. It goes: “Jesus I love You. All I have is Yours. Yours I am, and Yours I want to be. Do with me whatever You will”. It’s a prayer of complete surrender they recite without fully comprehending its implications, which is …

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Christians were never meant to follow Jesus in their own might. I say this because a Christian’s life is supposed to produce superior results which we can’t attain on our own. Additionally, the results we produce ought to be so spectacular that those who witness them glorify God [Matthew 5:16]. Furthermore, Paul explains that we’re …

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