Jesus was the answer for reconciliation between God and man, but had to undergo the full separation so that mankind could experience that reconciliation. Jesus endured this agony so that those who believe in Him will never have to.
Restoration from Ministry Burnout Requires Humility and Christ-Like Love
Avoiding ministry burnout means turning to others to authentically love and receive love as a free choice. Learning to reach out to others in Christ-like love, even to put other's needs above ones own, is a sign of growth and maturity. Unredeemed nature tends towards defensive walls for protection. But those walls are counter productive to spiritual growth.
Composer Thomas Chisolm Writes Great is Thy Faithfulness
While away from home on a missions trip, Thomas often wrote to one of his good friends, William Runyan, a relatively unknown musician. Several poems were exchanged in these letters. Runyan found one of Williams' poems so moving that he decided to compose a musical score to accompany the lyrics. Great is Thy Faithfulness was published in 1923.
There are multiple teachings written in John that are not found anywhere else, and there are accounts of miracles and personal encounters that are not recorded in any other book. But no other book co clearly reveals the truth that Jesus is the Son of God. This is the heart of the message of the book, and everything recorded in its pages points to this truth.
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They are not little kids, nor are they adults. They are teenagers -- hurricanes of hormones and emotions transitioning from adolescence to adulthood as fast as they can in an increasingly malicious world. More than ever, parents need to oversee and watch over, not lord over, their teenage children. Yes, children. They are not 'of age' and while young, they remain the responsibility of their parents/guardians.