Matt Litton





Matt Litton

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Average rating: 3.87 · 53 ratings · 15 reviews · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
The Mockingbird Parables: T...
3.97 of 5 stars 3.97 avg rating — 38 ratings — published 2010 — 5 editions
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Holy Nomad: The Rugged Road...
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“While pity shows a lack of respect for other human beings, compassion has its roots in a deep respect for others. Pity is an emotion; compassion is a connection. Compassion sees the other as equal. Compassion happens when we care for another person enough to make his or her problems our own.”
Matt Litton, The Mockingbird Parables: Transforming Lives Through the Power of Story

“Scripture is wrought with a clear message of Jesus’ utter disregard for appearance and social rank. In Judean society, it was a major taboo for a man to even speak to a woman who was not his own wife or daughter; yet Jesus interacted regularly with foreign women, He taught women, ignored ritual impurity laws, and readily accepted women into His inner circle of followers.”
Matt Litton, The Mockingbird Parables: Transforming Lives Through the Power of Story

“When hiding ourselves behind religiosity becomes the order of the day, grace is left by the wayside; without being honest about our own sin, we will never show compassion toward others. If we are to adorn ourselves with anything, it should be with compassion and honesty—the foundations of connecting to our community.”
Matt Litton, The Mockingbird Parables: Transforming Lives Through the Power of Story



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