Thursday, October 29, 2009


The naïveté of advocacy consists of thinking that if people just “see” something they’ll change.

There are two problems with that view.

1. The majority NEVER “see” it.

2. The majority of those who do “SEE” it think that seeing is enough.

Advocacy must persuade. In the world this is done through manipulation. In the spiritual realm this is accomplished, not by our rhetoric, but by the work of the Holy Spirit on the heart.

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