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Monday, August 18, 2003


David Morrison

I think there are a couple of things here that have relevance (great site, btw).

First there is the whole notion from St. Paul that we are the Body of Christ in the world. That has particular revelance here because there are SO MANY THINGS that the body does that are "ordinary" and yet are miracles. Every single day, our cells process sugars into energy that keeps us alive millions of times. It is among the most routine and everyday chemical reactions that we have. Yet let one enzyme denature or let one amino acid lose a bond or fail to act and we die (at least physically).

Second, flowing from this, Christians need to understand that obedience in our daily, ordinary, routine lives and actions can be tremendously important and essential in a plan about which we know only the vaguest of outlines and which we cannot see more than the tiniest sliver from our earth and time bound perspectives.

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