at O’Dark-Thirty tomorrow morning to go to a conference where I will hear John Piper and Matt Chandler and JD Greear speak, and worship with 7000 other college students. This is going to be very cool. I’m excited. And very thirsty to hear the Word. Seems I haven’t been partaking and feasting on the Word and the presence lately; my own fault. I allow being home to wreck my...
Need something to do.
Was a good reunion of fine human beings.
O, be astonished, you angels, that you were witnesses of it, and you men that...– Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834–1892) The more you think about this, the more stunning it is.
Grandpa: Leviticus 3:16 says the fat belongs to the Lord.
Grandma: Some people belong a lot more to the Lord than others.
Defend the Bible? I would as soon defend a lion! Unchain it and it will defend...– Charles Spurgeon (via notyourgramma)
of my instagrams was just reblogged by Spiritofzork, who happens to be a real photographer, not a pretend one like me. My life is complete.
Indeed, if it were not necessary that everything which is going to happen were...– Anselm
of languages I need to eventually learn: German NT Greek OT Hebrew Russian Spanish Welsh Old English Other Suggestions?
Where shall I go from your Spirit? Or where shall I flee from your presence? If...– Psalm 139:7-12
The tendency of all of my Pandora stations to begin to blend and cross over as time progresses. When the stations become indistinguishable, I believe the internet will implode.
Imagine someone holding forth on biology whose only knowledge of the subject is...– Terry Eagleton, Lunging, Flailing, Mispunching, The London Review (via notyourgramma)
The utter evilness of evil now showed itself clearly, and it showed up the...– Eric Metaxas, in reference to the Holocaust
Those who wish even to focus on the problem of a Christian ethic are faced with...– D. Bonhoeffer, Ethics
Where God tears great gaps we should not try to fill them with human words. They...– D. Bonhoeffer. Note: I want this read at my funeral.
I read, the more I realize I haven’t read. Every door opened reveals a few hundred more begging to be opened. Especially in history, philosophy, and theology. A basic overview of history is woefully inadequate for anything except for trivia nights. It takes a much deeper investigation of events to see what really happened, beyond just names and dates. Reading the highlights of the major...
You can’t limit meaning to what the author intended.– one final gem from my English prof. His reasoning for why he gets to project his bias onto everything.