The gap at times seems as wide as the Grand Canyon. It’s the gap between knowing and doing. We know we ought to forgive those who offend us, but often don’t. We know we ought to love people more, things less, but our checkbooks suggest a struggle to do so. We know we ought to share our faith, but very seldom do. For many Christians, this gap between knowing and doing really can be a wide one. Wide enough to be an inward source of guilt, depression and spiritual malaise. Wide enough to be an outwardly poor example of what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ. Do you want to narrow the gap? Me, too.

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