falling up

The great paradox is that getting to the point of living radically and wholly for Jesus means we must fall rather than go or get anywhere, do anything, or be something more than nothing.

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    • kjb
    • July 25th, 2006

    *quick breath* 🙂

    … “means we must fall rather than” … “be something more than nothing.”

    Profound. Still chewing on that one.

    • Luke
    • July 25th, 2006

    Oswald Chambers focuses a lot on the “emptiness” that we must become before we are true followers of Christ. It’s not about “imitating” Christ’s example. It’s about pouring out ourselves so that Christ’s power will flow “through us”. This is along those lines.

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