At the Corner of Mundane and Grace

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Everyone yearns for the mountaintop. Yet daily experience teaches us that we don't—and probably never could—permanently live at such heights. The opposite is also true. Tragedies touch our lives every now and then. But just like life at the heights, life in "the pit" is not the norm.

The truth is, most of life is lived somewhere between Mt. Everest and the Grand Canyon. We reside at the corner of Mundane and Grace. The bad news? It gets boring and a little tough to keep going. The good news? That's exactly where God wants you.

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