Home Steps Light Wash

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Step 7: Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings. I have a habit of checking how clean a drinking glass really is by holding it up to the light. A glass that looks so clean when out of the bright light can actually be very dirty, covered in fingerprints and all sorts of marks—it’s not fit to drink from. It makes me think of my character flaws and shortcomings and how well-hidden they can be. From the outside, I can appear so clean and pristine in subdued light. I say, “Look at me . . . no flaws that I can see. I’m just

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