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Greg England

Can't play it safe and walk by faith simultaneously! Good blog, Jim ... as always.

Greg

When I read this this morning, I was reminded of a post by my friend, David U, in Searcy. Many months ago he wrote a post about this idea of playing it safe, in relation to some decisions made by him employer, and many people benefitted from it. Thank you for reminding us that seeking safety is a weakness. It doesn't allow us to launch out and trust God to not let us fall. Thank you
gkb

(p.s.: DU's post can be found here.)

Greg

Oops. Apparently TypePad doesn't like code in comments.

Here is the link you can copy and paste:

http://lightandsalt.blogspot.com/2005/05/safe.html

dan mcgowan

i was gonna share my thougths on this - and just let you have it....

but I decided...

yeah, you got it...

to play it safe! :)

Great post, btw

Russ N.

Jim,

Very interesting post. Just recently posted along a similar theme about having appropriate fear.
http://russ-ramblings.blogspot.com/2006/02/appropriate-fear-not-playing-it-safe.html

Thanks for the additional thoughts.

Russ

Jim Martin

Greg--Thanks for pointing me to David's post. I look forward to reading it.

Jim Martin

Thanks Russ! I look forward to reading your post.

Mickey Sheu

Hey, this was a great post, I've linked it.

http://mcshoo.blogspot.com/2006/03/reading-deeply.html

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