“Perfect righteousness is impossible for us, and if you wait for that, you will never come into the presence of God. You must admit that you are not righteous, and that you need help. When you say that, you are approaching God to worship…and every time you sense his embrace, you soul will shine the slightest bit brighter with his reflected glory, and you will be the slightest bit more ready to face what life has in store for you.” (Keller, King’s Cross, pp. 121, 122).
Jesus puts Love, Hate, CSU, comparisons, battles, flesh, all into perspective. In His presence we find solace, grace, truth, freedom.
(Read Part One of this series in Post #298)