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We are finite beings, but our longings are infinite, and we long for an infinite God who loves us infinitely.

Regis MartinHere’s a question for you. Are you at home in the world? I mean, entirely and completely at home? And if not, why not? What is it that prevents you from being wholly at peace with the world in which you live?

Perhaps you find yourself at sword’s point with the world, actively opposed to its pretensions, and you’d like to know why the relationship must always be more or less mutinous with the age in which you live. Why can’t you just accept that this is the way things are? …

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