When we don’t have luxury to lean on

I heard this song today. It reminded me that most of the petty bickering, arguing and hairsplitting we insiders do comes because we live comfortable lives. We have plenty of time to debate orthodoxy, orthopathy, and orthopraxy because life is good. For the most part we are healthy, have a roof over our head, food in the refrigerator, and a little money in our bank account.

Regina sings about how our view of God changes when we don’t have luxury to lean on…

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2 thoughts on “When we don’t have luxury to lean on

  1. i’m guessing Larry probably shared this with you, as it’s been on our radar for the last couple weeks. great song, huh? and when i first heard it, i thought she was actually meaning that God was the poor, the struggling…how we don’t laugh when we find God in those places.

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