The Root of Broken Relationships

The Root of Broken Relationships

God’s goal for creation is for us to receive his perfect love in such a way that we all become prisms that reflect this love. However, you don’t have to look very far to notice that creation falls far short of this goal. Although you might be tempted to look around for someone to blame, Greg offers another alternative.

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