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What conversations are hard for you to hear? Lean into active listening today

This was a very difficult conversation for Peter to hear. He wasn't listening to Jesus, but only hearing what he wanted. How many times do we do the same?

Then Jesus began to teach his disciples: “The Human One[a] must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, chief priests, and the legal experts, and be killed, and then, after three days, rise from the dead.”32 He said this plainly. But Peter took hold of Jesus and, scolding him, began to correct him.33 Jesus turned and looked at his disciples, then sternly corrected Peter: “Get behind me, Satan. You are not thinking God’s thoughts but human thoughts.”

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