Full or empty?

We are the church


Most vehicles have a fuel guage. If you have ever run out of fuel on the road you will know that it is not only frustrating, but embarrasing too. Fuel guages have two extremes: full and empty. We often joke that the E represents the “enough” instead of “empty”, but when the vehicle starts to splutter you suddenly realise that you were too generous in your estimation of “enough”. My motorcycle doesn’t have a fuel guage. I guestimate how much fuel I have left by how many kilometres I have travelled since I filled up. This can be tricky because the harder I ride the more fuel it uses, but at least it is some sort of guide which enables me to plan so that I don’t get stranded.

We are not born with built in fuel guages, so like my motorcycle, we need to take note of how far…

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