“In every work of genius, we recognize our own rejected thoughts: they come back to us with a certain alienated majesty…” by Ralph Waldo EmersonYour “Weak Devotions” fits the following quote: “…it speaks of art’s remarkable power to articulate the meaning of our scattered experiences and to sound the depths of our unfathomable lives. A song or a story, a poem or a play, can weave together the strands of that experience to reveal a pattern that had always been here, even though we may never have spotted it until that moment.” by Roger Lundin
As you are grappling with God, factor in that He loves you beyond measure. What I love about you is that you are not content with easy answers. May you continue to detect the implied questions on your journey through doubt and faith and to give these questions adequate answers.
“It is hard to make God boring or have little significance for the way we live and think.”---Stanley Hauerwas
As usual I end with one of my favorite quotes: “How God governs all events in the universe without sinning, and without removing responsibility from man, and with compassionate outcomes is mysterious indeed!” John Piper
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