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The Heart of a Worshipful Life

At the heart of a worshipful life is a fourfold invitation to inward love, guided deeds, worship and freedom, writes Pastor Lisa Nichols Hickman. Yet, she says, we all have “heart problems” that we are often too busy to see as we struggle just to hold it all together. The remedy lies in realizing that just as there are times to pick up the cross and follow Jesus, there are times to lay that cross down while gaining new strength and wisdom. Let the cross lay upon your heart, she counsels in an essay on the website of Faith & Leadership, an offering of Duke Divinity School.



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