Think Divinely

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Just thinking…

We live in an age of confusion – no one wants to judge how someone identifies their personal truth, so “all is tolerated.” What is true for you is not true for me, and who are you to tell me how I should live my life? But what happens when my truth collides with yours… how ‘tolerant’ are we then?

In our fast-paced American culture, who has time to even think about this stuff? Yet I want to challenge you that if we fail to think about the times in which we live, we fail to truly live. So the question is: how do we “think?” We need to “think divinely.” 

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