My function is to sit in this over-stuffed chair, on my generously overstuffed butt and drain the vitriol from my overflowing brain. It’s a job I’ve normally enjoyed over the years. Knowing and understanding politicians are the exemplars of duplicity and self-aggrandizement is one thing I describe as damnable. Disclosing their idiotic and petulant efforts to drive good things into the ground through their never-ending drive to fix what ain’t broke is commendable.
Recently, our church began studying through the Book of Ephesians in the New Testament.
In the opening of Ephesians, in verse 3-14, Paul lists some very rich blessings that we as believers are afforded. If your Bible is handy, go ahead and read that section now. As you do, look for some of those blessings listed in that passage.
Last night a strange form of epiphany, a sudden intuitive leap of understanding, especially through an ordinary but striking occurrence, occurred for a friend of mine. It was startling and brilliant and extremely special for me because the epiphany noted was concerning something I’d been saying for a long time.
Joshua 1:1-3 “After the death of Moses . . . the Lord spoke to Joshua . . . arise, go over the Jordan, you and all the people, to the land which I am giving to them. Every place that the sole of your foot will tread upon I have given you.”
Each morning the sun rises and the world is born anew. Not so the drive of certain bloggers and writer wannabees seeking to make a difference in the world. Some days it’s no more than trial to simply get out of bed.