Bishop Bruno is not the CEO of a commercial, for-profit company. The “asset” is a consecrated church that should be used for the glory of God and worship by a congregation, rather than sold to build condos and then left idle and useless after the sale fell through
Self-examination therefore must be coupled with prayer, with asking God to help me find my true longings, my authentic nature, in the midst of all the nattering and tugging of the secret voices within me.
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