I don’t know about you, but I often fail to distinguish rightly between what I need and what I want. Thankfully, God always gives me what I need, but not always what I want. He’s more interested in me than in seeing my requests granted. This is the essence of a loving, heavenly Father who only does what’s best for his children.
Without doubt, I can say God has used others to impact my spiritual life in positive ways. The friends God has given me over the years have shaped and sharpened me in ways that casual acquaintances never could. A true friend is a gift from God.
In reading through Proverbs, I found chapter 18 instructive on the nature of the Blogosphere.
v2 “Fools find no pleasure in understanding
but delight in airing their own opinions.”
A Slightly Philosophical Amazement at Birthdays Today is my 53rd natural birthday (No…this is not an April Fool’s joke; I…
Ruminations over Maunday Thursday, 2008
It’s Holy Week, Thursday, March 20, 2008. This is the day that Christians around the world remember the Last Supper and recall especially the deep grief Christ experienced over his impending arrest, trial, and crucifixion on a cross. And, just as the tragedy of the cross ended with triumph, this week has been filled with tragedy…and with triumph.