>“Most of us labor under the delusion that we have every right to our lives; that we have the right to go where we wish, do as we please, live as we choose, and decide our own destiny. We do not. We belong to God. He made us for himself. He chose us in Christ out of love, from before the foundation of the earth to be his own. He has bought us twice over, both through his generous death and also by his amazing resurrection life.”
Balancing the truth of Keller’s quote with perceived, nherent American “I’ve got my rights!” and “Go for the gold” and “Look out for number one” is a continual battle.