Ann Voskamp reminds us that we need to stay in love with Jesus:
Stay in love.
I tell the girl that in a hardly voice, the kind of voice that comes from a primal place.
Though, truth be told, she tells me she doesn’t know if she had ever found that love place in the first place — which, yeah, makes it relatively hard to stay in love.
Falling in love, staying in love? That’s what seduces across the radio waves. That’s what the lingerie catalogues woo us with, what the billboards tease us with, what the MTV videos hard sell.
When the world’s selling goods dressed up as love while the church is selling law dressed up as good news —– guess where the next generation starts lining up?
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