By Ken Wytsma
December 15, 2012
Ken Wytsma is the founder of the Justice Conference and the author of Pursuing Justice (Thomas Nelson, 2012).
As we roll into 2013, it’s interesting to notice that a new year’s reboot often involves cutting out the bad more than adding in the good. Some of the most common resolutions reflect this, as people annually pledge to give up extra calories, smoking, overspending or other bad habits.
Christians often bring this avoidance approach into their faith, as well. We often define the heart of God by what ought not be done, while leaving undone the many things that ought to be done.
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