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A high quality Giclee Print on Somerset Velvet paper from our Spring 2019 Snatches of Speech collection.
This phrase is taken from a book title by Peter Enns. We must choose to be curious and to stay curious over being right. In our relationships, we want to move away from Pharisaical self-righteousness, and towards Christ-like-ness. He, who will sit in the listening chair and listen. We are never stagnant, we are always moving, we have to keep learning and to value this virtue. To stay curious about the person speaking takes intentional practice. Practice is liturgy, and liturgy is worship.