Footprints in the Windsm # 857

Footprints in the Windsm # 857

Our theology has been looking the wrong direction: we have been looking at God, trying to define God when all along we should have been trying to see what humankind is and could be, in relation to God.

For instance, in Genesis God says to Adam—Here is the world—take charge. So tell me, in your life what have you done to take charge of the world?

At the end of the Gospel, Jesus calls us his friends—when was the last time you called him “Friend?” When have you acted as if he were your friend?

In the Ten Commandments, God told us what not to do—have you tried to noodle out what that leaves open to us?

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