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Matt Perman
“The curse of the fall didn't affect only manual work, as we often seem to think. Excessive ambiguity that prevent us from figuring out how to navigate is really a form of confusion. Overload is one of the forms that frustration takes. The inordinate challenges we face in knowledge work can be traced to the fall just as much as the challenges in manual work. Send it especially lies behind the villain of lack of fulfillment. The reason we lack fulfillment is because we aren't fulfilling our true purpose, that is because we have sinned and deviated from God's path.”
Matt Perman, What's Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done

James Hudson Taylor
“[God] wants you to have something far better than riches and gold, and that is helpless dependence upon Him.”
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