Divine Power

Jason Ho

Jason Ho

I recently rented a car with a clutchless-manual transmission. Having never driven one of these, I lurched and groaned along in first gear wondering why the non-existent automatic transmission wasn’t kicking in. Once I figured out how this semi-automatic transmission worked, I was quickly on my way.

Often our counselees are like this. They learn about their hearts and their idols; they understand what thought, attitudes, desires, and actions need to be put off and put on. Yet they lurch and groan along. Continue reading