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Scripture clearly calls for us to avoid evil and even the appearance of evil, but neglect is necessary in a universal way as well. We will have to be so committed to what matters, that we intentionally give our time to what aligns with our God-given calling and passions, and this will mean that sometimes we neglect good things.
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Sometimes we must say no to what is good, so we can give ourselves to what is better. But, neglect is part of the equation. However, neglect is only part of the equation. The foundation of every move we make is ultimately dictated by what we love. The course of our lives is not so much charted by what we do, but by what we desire.
Augustine echoed the writer of Proverbs when he said, life change flows not from the acts of the will but the loves of the heart. What you love matters. What you desire matters. This is precisely why it is so critical that you go on the offensive. James K. Loves are cultivated. Your affections must be stirred toward the things you want your heart to embrace. Anyone who has been married more than a week can tell you that, but this truth extends far beyond romance.