We're told that we can be anything, so we're grateful for nothing.
We are entitled to everything we have and more.
We're not inspired to live a common life because we're told to dream of uncommon things.
While dreaming, we are unaware of everyday miracles.
We are blind to a God involved in the day-to-day.
We don't honor what appears to be normal because we're better than normal.
We forget to honor anything.
While living, we are ignorant of any divine interventions.
We make casualties of humility and vision.
We don't want to rise out of ashes because we're too good to be thrown in with that heap.
We've surpassed the ashes.
While burning, we curse God for the fire.
We're told to be radicals, different, set apart.
We've been given keys to the kingdom.
We hate being brought low.
While believing, we reserve the right to doubt.
We are often ignorant and arrogant.
We're known to confuse self-glorification with Christ's eternal agenda.
We're learning as we go.
After dying, we ask our old selves for advice on living.
We are those annoying Christians.