Hide or Seek - John Freemanaddiction men pain & suffering
Even as Followers-of-Jesus, it’s our tendency to hide and pretend that “I’m okay; you’re okay.” It’s been true since the garden and continues to be our default setting. Perhaps nowhere else is this tendency, of pretense, more obvious (and damaging) than our self-protective attempts to hide . . . regarding our miserable history of and current reality of our sexual temptations, struggles and failures.