From Inward/Outward, a blog from the Church of the Saviour in Washington, D.C.

We don't want to just read about what God wants. We don't want someone else telling us what God wants either.... We want our eyes to be God's eyes so that we can see the world the way God sees it.

We want our hands to do God's work. We want our prayers to be God's prayers. We want what God wants. If you become a servant of God, then your action is God's action. By repairing things here, we repair them above. We are primarily concerned with reuniting the soul with its roots.

By Lawrence Kushner on 03-03-2011

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