In a culture that offers self-idolatry as normal: â€œbelieve in yourself and you can do anythingâ€ nonsense, ordinary is almost a curse. With Disney sentimental platitudes of potential, celebrity deification, and vicarious â€˜realityâ€™ shows - ordinary is just so blah. And yet almost everyone will be ordinary......Keep Reading
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Luke records these words in Acts 2:44, “And all who believed were together and had all things in common” (ESV). One of the characteristics of the early church was that they enjoined church purity. It was a church composed of those who “had all things in common,” in other words, they were all believers. ...