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Looking at God from Ground Zero

Little by little I'm learning that, although the intense grief and bad dreams may subside, the questions are important for they compel us to look more closely at God and strive to understand him better. God invites our honesty for this is where he does some of the deepest work in the soul of his child and where faith, instead of being destroyed, miraculously flourishes.

We may be able to sleep once more, and I for one think that is a good thing. But may we never forget the events of 9/11 and may the memories of that infamous day drive us fearlessly to probe the heart of our great God.

September11, 2007 at 8:40 AM

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