Elijah’s cave-encounter with the Lord shows us that God’s presence permeates the cracks of our lives. At times, that calm presence may only be able to seep in after a tumultuous fracturing takes place, after a mountain-slicing wind blows through, oozing out of the walls we’ve been confined to. And then, when all understanding seems lost, a peace that surpasses our confusion can be felt.
I’m convinced that the second greatest threat to the witness of Christians in the West, particularly America, is the seemingly idolatrous fascination we have with American exceptionalism.
What do we do when we find out that we are not as strong as we thought, but we are actually weak? What do you do when you are faced with the realization that you are not capable of living up to your own standard of success and godliness and strength?
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