6 of 6 (on Chapter 8 of the book UnChristian)
This is the final post and in summary and reflection I am in thought of C.S. Lewis:
"There is someone I love, even though I don't approve of what he does.
There is someone I accept, though some of his thoughts and actions revolt me.
There is someone I forgive, though he hurts the people I love the most.
That person is me."
If we can do that for ourselves what is the deal? Why do we not treat others the same way?
Remember it is NOT our job to judge, that is God's!
What would it look like if we extended the same grace we extend to ourselves, to others?
C.S. Lewis said it best...(as usual)
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