How New Are You?

A little girl acknowledged an introduction to someone with the eager query, "Oh, how new are you?"

What changes could be wrought in our human experience if we would think of ourselves and others as new, rather than old! The word "old" often refers to wearing out, waning, weakening, declining, the losing of strength, and the passing of a period of usefulness. "New," on the other hand, means that which is refreshed, restored, redeemed, reestablished, corrected, and healed. To be made new is to be newborn, returned to the original state, or made whole.

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Computers and Concordances
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