The subtle misery of high expectations

There’s a centuries-old train of thought that equates expectations with results. In Blessed, author Kate Bowler quotes Essek William Kenyon, writing, “Christian talk about hope had to be amended, for, as Kenyon claimed, “Hope says, ‘I will get it sometime.’ Faith says, ‘I have it now.’””  Bowler described the core of this metaphysical train of … Continue reading The subtle misery of high expectations