Sunday, November 25, 2012

We are Our Worst Enemies

You’ve heard it said before that we can be our own worst enemies, and nothing can be truer when it comes to our relationship with Jesus Christ and our journey to heaven. Jesus was met by a certain rich man (Luke 18.18-27) asking, “Good teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” Unfortunately for this man, and too often for us as well, he allowed self-righteousness and self-pity to stop him on his journey to eternal life. Our need to continuously place our ego and self-will ahead of the will of God will ultimately draw us away from God full. Thankfully the Church offers a variety of tools such as fasting to assist us in keeping our ego and self-righteousness in check so we can see more clearly the love, mercy and grace of God.


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