Friday, February 27, 2015

we kept them free | SHINE A LIGHT ON SLAVERY DAY

That number is simply unacceptable. I will not sit idly by and do nothing about the atrocious forms of social injustice happening worldwide. I may only be one person, one voice in a million, but I am one voice more that is speaking out on behalf of the millions entrapped in human trafficking.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Living Boldly - Muses

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Well, if you've seen my New Years' post, you'll know I've dared myself to live more boldly this year. I don't want to put myself in a box; if you would, I don't wish to put God in a box. I'm not going to let my fears cripple me and keep me back from being available for His purpose. 
Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.”AndrĂ© Gide

Monday, February 16, 2015

There is no "could have been" | WEEKLY QUOTE

"All Christians are agreed that there is, in the full and original sense, only one "Son of God." If we insist on asking "But could there have been many?" we find ourselves in very deep water. Have the words "Could have been" any sense at all when applied to God? You can say that one particular finite thing "could have been" different from what it is, because it would have been different if something else had been different, and the something else would have been different if some third thing had been different, and so on. (The letters on this page would have been red if the printer had used red ink, and he would have used red ink if he had been instructed to, and so on.)
But when you are talking about God (i.e. about the rock bottom, irreducible Fact on which all other facts depend) it is nonsensical to ask if It could have been otherwise. It is what It is, and there is an end of the matter."

-C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity, Book 5 Ch. 6

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