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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Einstein 3

For the past couple of days we have been looking at how some of the quotes of Albert Einstein apply to the Christian life (there is a point to all of this to which I will get later if you do not pick it up first).  The most famous quote, perhaps, is the one on insanity.  Let’s apply that one to our lives individually.
If we are going to grow beyond where we are in our relationship with Christ, we will have to do something different than what got us where we are... Right?
If you are like me then you may not be satisfied with the development with your relationship with Christ.  You may think, and you should, that there may be more of Him that you can know.  You are doing something that has brought you this far.  If you are not satisfied with where you are, then perhaps it would be a good idea to take stock of what you are doing.  You may need to change how you are approaching Christ in order to get to know Him better.  You may need to alter your devotional life.  You may need to look at how you are approaching the Bible.  This does not necessarily mean that you will invest more time in the relationship, but it might.  It does suggest that if you want the relationship to change, something has to change.  That is true for any of our relationships.  If we do the same thing with the same attitude, we will tend to get similar results.  If we want the results to change, we need to alter something that we are doing.

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