Navigating Relationships

God will judge us for our silence and inaction

God will judge us for inaction and for our silence

When we’re inspired to hate or fear a group of people, we dehumanize them to the point of complete indifference. Their lives matter less and less, while the importance of keep our lives as is, matters more and more. When asked to fight for justice and to make the tough choices, often we won’t – the price of disruption is too high.

Choose Forgiveness.

Choose Forgiveness.

When Jesus taught his disciples how to pray (Matthew 6:5-13), He also gave us insight as to what is important for our communion with God. He made it clear that we should acknowledge God with our honor and respect as we submit to His will.

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