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God's Law: A Non-moving Target

In life after our conversion, we will experience greater ability to approach the standards of the Living God. This is called sanctification, or the way of holiness. We should always keep in mind that this involves moving in the direction laid out by God in His Word, rather than adjusting His law to suit our preferences and circumstances.

Andrea G. Schwartz
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From The Kingdom Driven Family Blog:

Part of my exercise routine involves swimming a minimum of 1250 yards twice a week. Often I am in the pool with other swimmers, many of whom I do not really know. By that I mean, that although I usually end up knowing their first names, I don’t have a sense of the context of their lives—their fitness level or how long they have been swimming. They are just familiar faces. Yet, invariably, I end up competing with them—even if it is just in my own mind.

My husband frequently reminds me that I am a very competitive person, despite my claim to the contrary. Thus, I experience delight when I breeze by other swimmers, as we make our way up and down the pool in our own lanes. Yet, I am less than thrilled when a better swimmer makes me feel as though I am not moving at all!

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