The Blood That Defines Our Kin — David de Silva

The latent notion that our blood, rather than Jesus blood, defines our kin means that we deny ourselves and one another in the church a level of intimacy and mutual commitment that might otherwise open up the doors to real inner healing, growth in the spirit, victory over temptations, and powerful witness and work in the world.
                                                                                 – David deSilva

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2 thoughts on “The Blood That Defines Our Kin — David de Silva

  1. Amen and amen!…
    You might find it interesting to know that this quote comes from deSilva’s commentary on the book of Hebrews.
    It’s called Perseverance in Gratitude: a Socio-Rhetorical Commentary on the Epistle ‘to the Hebrews.’

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