It puts a wedge between you and God. It takes your thoughts from trusting in what God is and who He is to what you are and who you are. It traps you in a run around self focused tail chase that condemns you as you try and figure it out.
At fifteen I was sled riding with a friend. The hill was called "suicide hill." It came by its name naturally. I am not not only kid that ever got injured on that hill, let's just sat you took a chance with your life sledding "suicide hill." We would set off from the slow track, … Continue reading The Glad Game