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  • Ron shared from Practise Resurrection (Spiritual Theology 5) by Eugene Peterson
    The Christian life does not start with moral behaviour. We don’t become good in order to get God. But having been brought into the operations of God, moral behaviour provides forms for maturing in a resurrection life.
    Note: Peterson on Ephesians.
  • Ron shared from Practise Resurrection (Spiritual Theology 5) by Eugene Peterson
    In matters of God’s grace, hyperboles are understatements.
    Note: True.
  • Ron shared from Practise Resurrection (Spiritual Theology 5) by Eugene Peterson
    Maturity develops in worship as we develop in friendship with the friends of God, not just our preferred friends.
  • Ron shared from Freedom from Fear: The American People in Depression and War, 1929-1945 (Oxford History of the United States) by David M. Kennedy
    Hopkins lamented, the relief applicant was thought to be "in some way morally deficient. He must be made to feel his pauperism. Every help which was given him was to be given in a way to intensify his sense of shame. Usually he was forced to plead his destitution in an offensively dreary room"—the notorious "intake" facility where applicants were first screened for eligibility.27
    Note: Just a little bit of history repeating itself. #perspectivesonpoverty
  • Ron shared from The Apostolic Fathers (Moody Classics) by Apostolic Fathers, Various Authors
    For what matters is not a momentary act of professing, but being persistently motivated by faith.
    Note: Ignatius of Antioch
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