Posted in Prayers and the Sacred

“Whose Dignity Do You Regularly Disregard?”

Such are the words of the audio devotional this morning.

Dignity is inherent, yet it is so easy to live where the suspension of judgement is a foreign thing.

To disregard the dignity of another does not change the fact that she is to be honored. Rather, I dishonor myself.

And I dishonor Christ the King, whose life and death exemplified compassion and honor for all people.

My prayer then (who I hope to be with everyone I meet):

Each day may I see thee the way Christ sees thee, to give my regards to thee and to your precious dignity.

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