Four years ago, the First Friday of July was also the Fourth of July, Independence Day. As we just celebrated the Fourth yesterday and First Friday is tomorrow, I’m sharing this post that deals with the need that all of us have to be revolutionized.
Who is the head of your life?
I want to be revolutionized. I want my failures and ineptitude, my procrastination, sloth, pride, and fear to be things of the past – and my present to be full of strength and talent, courage and action, grace and active wisdom. Freed from the chains of yesterday, I want to project firmly into the future everything good and beautiful – and necessary – about me. I need something to transpire that will transform me completely into who I was created to be.
Let us be revolutionary.
Around 30 AD, a coarsely dressed, wild man of the desert proclaimed an uprising. With sharp clarity, he laid bare the corruption and tyranny of those in authority and relentlessly sliced deeper into the conscience of every man and woman. “Metanoia!” he shouted at the people. “Change! Be converted! Be revolutionized!” This man, named John, prepared the…
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