Picking Past Junk

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Junk Man David here, sharing this quote from Larry Clark: "I have failed at jobs, friendships and finances. I have felt useless, worthless and stupid." There is something that attracts us to transparency. Not in a 'rubber necking the accident' sort of way. But because few are so real. Larry at Real Men Rock writes about failure. He remembers with riveting clarity the words spoken to him throughout childhood. He recalls abandonment and failures as an adult. "Despite all of the junk that has happened in my life [it is not what's] important," he writes. "What is important is what God has done in me because of all of the junk." Read more here... Turning Junk Into Hallelujah Recommended by David Rupert of Red Letter Believers. Junk Man photo by L.L. Barkat
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