There is an interesting article about the food shortage that is in the news these days in The Economist, the comments are just as interesting, click here.
Monthly Archives: April 2008
“The first step is to recognise the fact that your moods change. The next step is to make sure that, if you have once accepted Christianity, then some of its main doctrines shall be deliberately held before you your mind for some time every day. That is why daily prayers and religious reading and church-going are necessary parts of the Christian life. We have to be continually reminded of what we believe. Neither this belief nor any other will automatically remain alive in the mind. It must be fed.” C.S.Lewis – Mere Christianity (Book 3, Chapter 11, para. 6)
1040 is in the mail… what a relief…
nuff said, no posting today
we had an AMAZING weather day yesterday… then it switched to cooler today, over 80 yesterday, high will be 55 today and cloudy today here in the ‘ville… Sweet Anna commented on how the weather affects our outlook on things… how true.
but with that in mind – with the weather and other factors which impact us from outside, isn’t it great to know that we are able to overcome the externals through the fruit of the Spirit which is self-control? a friend in the counselling world is recommending a book to ministry folks: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality… here’s a quote: “I never expected God to meet me through feelings such as sadness, depression, and anger.” Think about that for a second… as we go through “weather changes” we should remember that He is with us no matter what, no matter when, no matter where… he is with us, in us…
C.S.Lewis in Mere Christianity’s chapter “The Good Infection” talks about God beside or behind us… one of my students put it something like this… ‘God is there when we fall, pushing us up, holding us up.’ Indeed. God is there: He is our refuge. (see Psa. 46) It’s like John says “in Him was life: and the life was the light of men” (John 1.5, AV) Isn’t it great to have that light guiding us… from the inside?
especially when the weather changes.