There is wisdom from the pain.
In the throes of massive global change, it’s important, as I shared yesterday, that we embrace the discipline of taking personal inventory.
I like the comment, there is wisdom in the pain. The article is excellent. When we unveil and speak the truth within the context of the church and even on the streets when we are sharing the gospel we will open up people so they too can speak the raw vulnerable truth of what they are facing in life. Until we do that people will continue to wear their masks. How can we grow if we don’t Embrace Transparency? What do we have to lose? We are already quarantined and alone in so many ways. And it’s like a friend of mine said we were social distancing before this ever started.
Interestingly…… we are being asked to wear “masks” when we go out. But wait, werent we doing that before this started? Weren’t we putting on a mask when we went to church? Or a mask in our Bible studies?
Yes. Very much so.
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