"You Say You Want A Revolution" — And I Do

Lord, yes, I want a revolution. If you’re paying attention, you do, too.

But mine would be a revolution of fervent, God-reliant, Spirit-filled, Christ-modeled lovingkindness, unshirking in its confrontation of every injustice and its advocacy for the poor, marginalized, and hated. “Radical submission” — never the kind practiced by any woman under patriarchy — would usher in a world where, from a position of security and worth, human beings can choose to glorify God.

“Do nothing out of rivalry or conceit, but in humility consider others as more important than yourselves. Everyone should look out NOT ONLY for his own interests, but also for the interests of others.” (Philippians 2:2b-4, HCSB)

That’s Biblical submission. For the glory of God and the lives of women, the poor, and the outcast, bring it on.

2 Responses to “"You Say You Want A Revolution" — And I Do”

  1. Ashwin says:

    Very good. Bring in on.


  2. Great — I rejoice for the day we work together, Ashwin.


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