Without doubt we are wrong and would remain wrong in many of our convictions - we need to learn to sit humbly under the authority of the Bible.
How easy it is to let the cares and concerns of this world crowd out our faith.
‘I learnt that perhaps the idea of ‘free love’ is kind of flawed, that in fact real freedom lies in the trust you confer to your partner, that in return they trust you unconditionally. That is the real freedom, that is free love.’
Human beings are more than a disembodied mind - so faith is more than agreeing with something.
‘Do not be afraid. Stand firm ... The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still.’ - Exodus 14.13-14 (NIV)
If you want to know what God thinks of money, just look at the people he gave it to.
In the rush and noise of life, as you have intervals, step home within yourselves and be still. Wait upon God, and feel His good presence; this will carry you evenly through your day’s business.
Jeremiah 28 gives the perfect example of how to respond to something you know is wrong in a gracious and godly manner - and with a humility that accepts you might be wrong yourself.
Not everybody can be famous but everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service. Martin Luther King Jr.
I have read about someone who was beaten up by Grenfell Tower protesters, mistaken for the CEO of Grenfell Tower’s management company, whereas he had been volunteering to support the victims.