I was reminded by my good friend Sherman that often the answers we get are from the questions we ask. It’s plain simple but nice to be reminded of that. BTW, it was amazing to see how his blog died and rose again!
It’s nice to send the “Family” category in this blog to friends for updates. It helps energize me with thankfulness.
Gareth has been great this morning … and we had some good conversations while on the way home. The car just “collapsed” when I arrived at the gate. Thankfully I could still manouvre it into parking. Hopefully it can start tomorrow. Opps.
I confess .. I had potato chips only for one Sunday! and I couldn’t resist buying one book I was looking for … for a long time. I’m a great sinner!
Chicken chop was pretty good this afternoon. Some time alone was good too.
This Lent has taken on new meaning … had some time mind-mapping today .. while listening to a wonderful conversation between Tony Jones and Miroslav Volf (Mp3). Happy Luther is getting good airplay there!
Therefore I will read the Heidelberg Disputation now … this is REALLY good:
“19. That person does not deserve to be called a theologian who looks upon the invisible things of God as though they were clearly perceptible in those things which have actually happened [Rom. 1.20]. **
20. He deserves to be called a theologian, however, who comprehends the visible and manifest things of God seen through suffering and the cross.
21. A theologian of glory calls evil good and good evil. A theologian of the cross calls the things what it actually is.”
Oh yes … the photo above was taken when Gareth was running at the spacious Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Made me think about the importance of space! We had lots of fun …there last Friday.