Men set things right
Too many lies
“I will tell you what a tragedy is. I will show you how to waste your life. Consider a story from the February 1998 edition of Reader’s Digest, which tells about a couple who “took early retirement from their jobs in the Northeast five years ago when he was 59 and she was 51. Now they live in Punta Gorda, Florida, where they cruise on their 30 foot trawler, play softball and collect shells.”
At first, when I read it I thought it might be a joke. A spoof on the American Dream. But it wasn’t. Tragically, this was the dream: Come to the end of your life—your one and only precious, God-given life—and let the last great work of your life, before you give an account to your Creator, be this: playing softball and collecting shells.
Picture them before Christ at the great day of judgment: ‘Look, Lord…
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Dealing with stuff you don't want to deal with
We strive unending to emulate perfection
Woe to the man who thinks his highest worth his ability to conquer meaningless hills How he strives and strains to satisfy the world Giving the life given him to lackluster thrills The chains he wears he cannot feel For they lie unshaken in comfortable scars Confined to a cell of sad but certain controls … Continue reading Comfort
It is not you with whom I am at war, tempting as it may be to believe, but the lies that tear flesh from flesh and man from God; lies by which we have both been deceived.