Friday Thoughts: Don’t Look At Me

Caravaggio, Denial of St. Peter, (1610)

Caravaggio, “Denial of St. Peter” (1610)

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Never look to a man for answers.

Look to Christ who is the answer.

If you insist on looking to a man, then choose one who points to Christ.

For the best teacher is Christ Himself…and His best assistants are those who clearly say: “Don’t look at me.”

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—Howard Hain

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5 thoughts on “Friday Thoughts: Don’t Look At Me

  1. Edward.Fullerton

    The Church and its Priests/laity need to apply this too them selves,i.e ,as one example(see doctrine).What actually happens is something else !.Other wise individuals are on their own.

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  2. jedode1

    Oh, the ills of man-worship rather than God-worship. One disappoints, the other inspires; one leads to betrayal, suffering and death, the other to eternal life with the Eternal one who was betrayed, suffered and died for the us; one is false hope, the other is Hope fulfilled, Resurrection. and Peace.

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