“And the Word became flesh . . . full of grace and truth.”
John 1:14 (NASB)
If mistakes are our best teachers I should have been brilliant by now. – Jim McNaughton
Recently I have learned from Ravi Zacharias that Truth with Grace accomplishes what I have not been able to do. My Truth without Grace only hurts others. As John Maxwell says, No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.
So now I am seeking to follow Ravi’s example, as he followed Jesus’ example.
I will deal with my insecurities; my fear of others’ position or credentials; my fear of rejection; my fear of being found incompetent.
And I will deal with my motives: I have learned from Ravi, not to seek to win. But to engage. And love.