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When I see with ShepherdDave eyes,

I experience death – I’m circumstance-dependent for my joy and peace, a control-freak perfectionist trying desperately to engineer happiness for myself and others.  Experiencing The Curse.  The very-worst aspect of The Curse, is imagining I have the wisdom/understanding to guide me through my day, my life.  Worldly.  Independent.  Agendafied.  ShepherdDave.  Having the name of Jesus, but not the benefit.  Weight of the world on my shoulders.  Up to me.

When I see with DumbSheepDave eyes, I experience LIFE.  I see reality.  Jesus behind everything and everyone.  Ahhh.

–DumbSheepDave, experiencing the bliss of Jesus-dependency, for a moment, because of the Spirit’s fresh conviction of the sin of worldliness/independence, wondering if the pre-believers around him are noticing any difference

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