From a Creighton Student's Perspective
of Creighton University's Online Ministries
November 17th, 2008
The simple, black and white structure of a problem is:1)
state the problem; 2) fix the problem; 3) live happily ever after.
It is true that individuals overanalyze and complicate what doesn’t
need to be complicated, but I was always taught simplifying what
needs to be done makes situations much easier to handle. So, ever
since I was little I told myself to follow the directions and things
will get done. But is that really success? When John delivers the
revelation from God to His servants, he says that they have done
well; they have done everything asked of them, even suffering for
God and being a martyr to His name. But he then asks them: Where
is your heart? Where is the love that you showed me in the beginning?
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