Paul reminds us to drop the uppity-attitude; none of us were saved by the good we did but by grace.
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Pick a standard of Moral Law and adhere to it. You can’t. Whatever your moral code is, being a human, you’ve never been able to keep it.
By definition, the exploitation of the vulnerabilities of those who have not by those who have is trafficking, whether labor trafficking or sex trafficking.
The winter wind was bitterly cold. I longed for rest…sleep…a friendly word…a rescuer. Could someone find me?
We have to acknowledge the intersection between poverty and homelessness as a platform for individuals to be vulnerable to be trafficked.
God has hardwired us to need one another, to respond in kindness, and to crave community.
We were made for community, for relationship, for companionship, and for connection. We weren’t meant to live in a state of aloneness.
Who’s willing to take that step, to speak up according to their convictions regardless of outcome?
Guilt and shame are the mental/emotional cancer of prostituted persons, eating away at the very core of their being, slowly consuming the individual’s joy, hope, and life.
The new life in Christ has nothing to do with church attendance or even doing good things. It does not mean we're perfect, we're just forgiven.