Monday, October 4, 2010

Reflection for the Week

Feeling at peace with something may not be a reliable source of confirmation that this is what you should do, or what God wants you to do. To feel this way or that is an important factor to take into consideration when deciding something, but it is wide open to duplicity. Making decisions and commitments anchored in theological truths, however, is a more sure and trustworthy guide for following in the footsteps of the crucified and risen One.


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Nita said...

Thanks, Greg, once again for your helpful insights and inspirational words. "Making decisions and commitments anchored in theological truths" remains a huge challenge for me at this point in my life, but it remains a very appealing one that makes perfect sense in the midst of the current moral crisis we face

Greg said...

Thanks. I would suggest that the weight that theological truths carry for the current moral crisis, can also be applied to the contemporary problematic of a shattered notion of selfhood, and to the trajectory of being and becoming a truer self.