Step Out, Step Into

Very often, I think, we fall into the trap of believing that just because we aren’t doing anything particularly devious, mildly wrong, or even (gasp) sinful, that we are somehow good in God’s eyes.

God is not content with us merely when we aren’t messing everything up; He desires so much more for us.

It’s never been about the evil you refuse to do, though this is necessary, rather it is about the good with which you now occupy yourself.

And good is more than a mental state, it comes into being through action.

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