Fresh inspiration for emerging writers …
He’s (modern-day Moses) met the maker, he’s met the reason he’s alive and he’s on fire inside.
I came across this strong tune by Kendall Payne on Frank Viola’s blog. (Dive into Frank’s site … it’s a rich vault of content, inspiring us to leave the shoreline and go deeper with Christ.)
Do you want to feel something? Anything? There’s no feeling like personal destiny and the fire of God on the inside. Nothing comes close.
Low hanging fruit feels good. A little. And for a little while.
But what’s the cost of always going for low-hanging fruit? If it’s keeping us from swinging for the fences, then the price is high indeed.
It’s late Sunday afternoon, and I just finished watching a video podcast …
A termite mound made by the cathedral termite is a superorganism (Wikipedia)
It’s apparent the host and his guest are not Christ-followers. Yet, I find that quite often when I listen to fascinating conversations in various fields of interest, a concept will emerge which I can easily see has its ultimate realization in spirituality.
Sure we can. Jesus is our standard. Our model.
His activity seen in the Gospels of the New Testament is meant to spark in us the same works. He not only taught about the Kingdom of God, He modeled it. Jesus is our touchstone.