Christ the Beautiful
Christ remains the source and summation of the beautiful. And we only participate in it because He overflows with it.
If we're going to make love a habit, then we're going to have to work with the Spirit to realign our desires not repress them.
it was their imitative life with Him, the one they’d been working on for years, that made it possible.
Lust is what our desire for sex and intimacy looks like disordered.
We cannot fight, what we cannot see; and we cannot vanquish, what we do not meet.
God wants to give us virtue, but He’s designed us with such terrifying dignity, that we cannot receive—even good things—against our will.
O Lord, make a weapon for my soul—fashion it in your furious love.
Human desire enables us to shut out or swing open the door of love.
Sloth is what our desire to create and produce looks like in a disordered state.
When we act from virtue we behave in a way that’s seamless with our character.
We exist, now and forever, to learn to love God and love like God.
Habits can feed our soul or they can starve it, they can strengthen it or spoil it.
If we look closely at our lives, we can see that there are no insignificant choices, each one adds or subtracts.