Category Archives: Augustine

What should you do with your life?

Can a line be traced from your life to the fame of God’s Name, the coming of God’s Kingdom and the doing of God’s Will — on earth as it is in heaven? Are you  pursuing business? Good! Athletics? Good! Marriage and … Continue reading

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Contracting into a little wad

  “Our core problem is that the human heart, ignoring God, turns in on itself, tries to lift itself, wants to please itself, and ends up debasing itself. The person who reaches toward God and wants to please God gets, … Continue reading

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