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Tuesday, August 24, 2004
  Excuse me, but is there a stick in my eye? Part I

"Why do you see the small speck which is in your brother's eye, but you don't notice the wooden pole which is in your own eye?" Matthew 7:3

There are few things that I question God about it. I know there are deep subjects and controversies that people always argue about, such as "Where did Cain get his wife?" or "What about dinosaurs?" and on from there. I'm fairly secure in how I see things, and it does not disturb me out that someone would believe differently than me. Someone will be wrong in the end, it could be me as well as anyone else.

But there has always been one thing about humanity that troubles me and makes no sense at all. Why is it that everyone can clearly see the faults of others, yet walk around with no idea of their own shortcomings? I mean, this seems like it would have been helpful to build into man, an awareness of his spirit and who he really is. I'm not saying God is wrong, I'm sure it's that I just don't understand his reasons for creating people to be so incredibly dense.

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