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when I’m relying on my human-wisdom rather than Jesus-wisdom? When I feel behind, in a hurry, intense, irritated, impatient, or disappointed when things go south, or elated when things go my way.

When I’m relying on Jesus-wisdom, my eyes and thoughts are fixed on Him and His-wisdom, curious/expectant to see what He does NEXT in me, others, circumstances, blissfully content with everything just as it is, and everyone just as we are.

— Dave McCarty, GospelFriendships, trying to expose human-wisdom-reliance in Christians — especially DAVE, so seculars might be attracted instead of repulsed

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