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We Are All Drunk on Something

Perhaps we should stop trying to love like Jesus and instead, first learn what it means to be with him, yes?

Because the more we are with Jesus, the more we will become like him. Love is caught more than it is achieved. Get close to LOVE, and love tends to rub off.

Let’s pursue this path, the grace and love and no-condemnation path…shall we? Then, and only then, will we gain credibility to weigh in on things like truth, morality, and ethics, too. But maybe we won’t even have to, because grace and love and no-condemnation have a way of making people want to change without having to be told to do so.

This article about God’s love for us regardless of what we’re drunk on originally appeared here, and is used by permission.

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Scott Sauls is senior pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee, and is the author of several books including his latest, Irresistible Faith. He also writes weekly at scottsauls.com.