Driving the thought home

My chapter this morning in Andrew Murray’s With Christ in the School of Prayer was about forgiveness and love. Our relationships with our fellow man are important to the effectiveness of our prayer.

Then I found this quote over at Tony Woodlief’s blog.

“My heart only has entrances. It doesn’t have exits. Whoever enters remains there. Whatever he may do, I love him the same as I loved him when he first entered into my heart.” (Elder Epiphanios of Athens).

I like that. I want to have a heart like that and I want to be in hearts like that!

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