I hope this post from Abigail Joy Wieser speaks to you as much as it did to me.
“We are called to love, not to be loved.”
—Dan Mohler, School of Kingdom Living, Part 9
When I heard Dan Mohler say that, my mind was blown. I suddenly saw the root of all my problems…and it was me. It was the pattern of thinking I had got stuck in without realizing it. A “me-centered” thought life.
Suddenly my mind was opened to a whole new way of life, the life Jesus called me to as He died on the cross for my sins. The life He called me to as He washed his disciple’s feet (John 13:1-17). The life He called me to as He told Simon, “If you really love me, then you will feed my sheep” (John 21:17).
In an instant, I felt all my problems disintegrate into nothing. Suddenly I realized, other people were more important than me. I am…
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