Scatology: Relational Bullshit Under the Microscope: 3/5
“I Love an Idea of You That I Need to Remain Constant for Me to Keep Loving You.” Jesus’s own best friends wanted him to play a certain role, fulfill a certain expectation, for them to remain loyal. They tried repeatedly to talk him out of his life’s calling, imagining that they did it for his own good. We do the same: loving someone who is healthy but forsaking them in sickness (more about this next week), loving someone who is weak and forsaking them when they grow strong (countless women who outgrew their husband’s expectation).
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