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Some movies need to be seen on the big screen. I think Gravity is one of them.

Mark 6:45-52 tells the story of Jesus walking on water - and his followers being completely astonished. Jesus attributes their inability to more easily see God's power at work in everyday life to their "hard hearts." It takes a certain kind of softness and openness to recognize God's hand in daily life.

To be honest, I’ve never really understood most of those “nothing but the Cross” hymns. But I buddy recently shared this thought with me:

Unless we understand our participation in the Cross, we can never share in Jesus’ life.
I’m still chewing on this one, but here are 3 things I think the Jesus’ death means for our lives.

25+ years after hearing it, I still find myself singing the lyrics of Larry Norman's "The Outlaw" and thinking about this haunting picture of Jesus, who was indeed an "outlaw," poet, politician, miracle worker and Son of God. Listen here on YouTube. Norman was not a perfect human being (who is) and neither is this song, but it is pretty close.

People say that the curse of modern life is choice: we are stretched thin and have too many decisions to make, too much to do and too much information coming at us.