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DumbSheepDave never researches a decision.

Only ShepherdDave researches anything, because only ShepherdDave has understanding-idolatry, the primary idol of every independent.  Only understanding-idolators experience frustration, anxiety, discouragement.  Only understanding-idolators are confident-they-know-what’s-best for themselves and others.  Only understanding-idolators have opinions about politics, Church, the world, the Christian life.  Only understanding-idolators are pontificators.

Dependents/childlikes like DumbSheepDave are clueless-they-know-what’s-best for self or others.  They just enjoy the grass in front of them, curious/expectant about where their ShepherdJesus leads them next.  No problems to solve.  All future decisions that need to be made, are ShepherdJesus’ problems/decisions.  DumbSheepDave has this other-worldly peace that is vastly superior to living under the Curse of understanding-idolatry.

–ShepherdDave, hopelessly addicted to understanding-idolatry, except when the Spirit freshly convicts him of the sin of independence/pride/worldliness, so he might momentarily be DumbSheepDave, enjoying the bliss of Jesus-dependency/humility, so the nonbelievers around him might experience Jesus

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