The end of our capability doesn't have to be the end of our story. In fact, by the grace and power of God, it can be a beginning.
How we view disability and treat those who live with it matter. And, as with every other life topic or ethical question, our best guide is the Bible . . . All our best intentions and attempts at inclusion will miss the mark unless they grow from and by biblical truths.
He might be above and beyond us in just about every way. But He also draws close to us in all His holy otherness.
It sounds obvious, yet sometimes we seem to forget. We get caught up in work, routines, and family duties and relegate friendship to luxury status. Or we get plunged into pain or struggle and try to soldier on alone. We think we have to do it, that our burdens are ours alone to carry, that no one can ever understand, that no one should ever have to share our struggle.
What does a life owned by God look like?
It is God, the Giver and Director of life, who determines human worth.