Anyone who spends significant time around children knows that they get hurt. Sometimes from predictable ways (“I told you not to step on the cat’s tail.”) to the unexpected (“That’s an odd place for a bruise….what happened?”), many kids are walking accidents.
Childhood is full of bumps, bruises, scrapes, and cuts. From the schoolyard to the backyard, there is almost always a chance for someone to get hurt.
And when you get hurt, your body tries to protect you. Scabs are a natural way for the body to fight against infection and disease.
But sometimes that’s not enough.
Sometimes, the wounds have to be cleaned out. We need hydrogen peroxide and some tweezers to get the grit out of our scraped up knee to make sure it heals properly.
Undiluted by Benjamin Corey (available now), is what we need to clean us out from an infected faith.