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Are you tired of these what-I’m-re-reading posts? I’m not.

Because our physical and emotional hungers are so strong, we easily imagine them to be our deepest hungers- until they are met, at which point we know that there is a bottomless one. (p. 144)

We picture God as a spoilsport, when in fact His Spirit contends against the sin in us which will prevent our ever having what will bring us the greatest happiness. (p. 147)

Make a habit of consciously putting your mind on what Christ has done for you, not on what you’ve done. (p. 150)

(Elisabeth Elliot, The Path of Loneliness)

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