I have always wondered why people quote the first verse of Psalm 121 the way they do. Does help really come from these mountains?
The day we stop treating each other in the way we ourselves hope to be treated, that's that day we completely lose our humanity.
. . . and to think I would have missed such a moment of mind-blowing transformation if I had not stopped to take a peek that evening.
Now how many men of influence don't surround themselves with so much bureaucracy that it's easy to have a human earthly contact with them?
Once again, I'm grateful to Stefan for this nomination. It makes me realise that obedience is always worth it.
At this point of the study, I felt the same shame as the one I felt when I admitted to the policeman that I was at church while my car was parked where it shouldn't have been.
The one who casts the shadow is defeated. Powerless. Helpless. Toothless. All that's left of him is his shadow that lurks.
. . . every now and then, I come across a simple but witty statement that carries so much weight in meaning.
So if the things we see could transform us from the inside so that when we are seen, we're associated with a certain trait, attribute or character, shouldn't we expose our eyes only to what will make us better people?
Recognizing bloggers for their efforts is the greatest compliment.