ShepherdDave feels the need to have an opinion
about everything in the Bible and in life, prides himself on being a biblical expert, can’t imagine being humiliated for not knowing something, or being wrong.
But DumbSheepDave feels a freedom to not know about everything in the Bible, not understand everything that Jesus had to say. It’s not cool to not know, but DumbSheepDave doesn’t care what others think, and doesn’t even care what he thinks about himself. Domatter. The only thing that matters to DumbSheepDave, is what his ShepherdJesus thinks. So DumbSheepDave asks about everything, and thanks about everything, because he doesn’t know what’s thankable and what’s not.
ShepherdDave is confident he knows what’s best for himself and others. DumbSheepDave hasn’t a clue, and doesn’t mind being pitied for being so unconfident, so pathetically weak, so dependent, so childlike.
–DumbSheepDave, momentarily enjoying the bliss of Jesus-dependency, because of the Spirit’s fresh conviction of the sin of worldliness/independence/pride, wondering if the pre-believers around him are noticing any difference
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