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Occasionally, I read a web log by a young man who gives only his first name, which is Justin. In a recent post on his blog, which he calls “Uban Idealist,” he says this. He says, “For a long time my reaction to seeing [the broken] areas in my life has been to work hard on them. Try to act more humble. Try to act more patient. Try to act like I don’t need control. And I splash about in the water with great passion, but then end up losing sight of the bottom because I’ve disrupted the still water that God brought me to so that I could see the bottom.


He goes on to say, “Our icebergs are not a time to be quick to act, quick to try and fix our lives, or quick to change ourselves through effort. They are opportunities for us to come close to God through prayer, stand shoulder to shoulder with Jesus, and let him lead us into the cold and deep waters of our hearts. Only in being still and trusting God can we continue to see clearly.”

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