In this podcast Episode, David & Caron Loveless discuss what you can learn from spiritual leaders who fail. We’ve all have heard about good spiritual people who have failed in some way. Often when we hear of it, we’re appalled or astounded or discouraged because we somehow believed they were superhuman Christians… that is unless we’ve considered ourselves to be good spiritual people who have ended up failing in some way.
What are the primary reasons that all good, spiritual people, end up failing in one way or the other?
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