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Soul Sibling

for Audrey Assad The only thing I knew of you—a song— told of your restlessness to rest in Him, the Lord for whom melodically you long, through lovely singing, as of seraphim. Then I discovered that you wrote and shared … Continue reading

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Sanctity Obsession

Like someone who’s afraid of getting dirty, I feared the things I thought would stain my soul and spent my days in horror and in worry of all the sins that kept me from my goal of sanctity as of … Continue reading

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Paragon Lost

I tried to be a paragon of virtue, all good as I felt You wished me to be, without the slightest evil that would hurt You, of solid gold without impurity. I strove to be for You this paragon, and … Continue reading

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Scrupulosity

I’d fret about the rules I shouldn’t break and made up new ones that I thought were good and gave myself an existential ache with fear that I would not do what I should. I’d fret about my every thought … Continue reading

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