We thought we were cured.
We thought so, but eventually most of us unwittingly carry an old, dead outlook into our new life. We couldn’t measure up to a standard we created, so we convinced ourselves it was God’s. We read His words through our grid of shame and felt ourselves fall farther and farther behind. We took it out on each other; judging, comparing, faking, splintering. Some of us retreated from the whole charade, becoming cynical, mistrusting, jaded from hope. Our marriages, churches, families, friendships, our marketplaces, our culture... they all need the cure.
But God’s cures rarely come in the form we expect.
What if, indeed, God is not who we think he is... and neither are we?
"The Cure changed my life, my marriage, and the way I write music."
-Bart Millard, Lead Singer MercyMe
"No other resource has has such a profound impact on my life, other than the bible."
-Dave Dravecky, Retired MLB Pitcher, San Francisco Giants