Posts Tagged Hiatus
Well, my dear readers, it has been fun writing over the summer. Unfortunately for you, I’m taking a temporary hiatus. Fortunately for me, I am going off to a Bible College. Thus, my posts will be more irregular as I adjust to my first semester of college and being in a new environment. As writing my thoughts down allows me to put them into concrete terms, it is likely there will be forthcoming blog posts. Unfortunately for me, I shall be busier, which means my writing may have to be put on hold. Fortunately for the both of us, however, God is with us wherever we are, and, if we are in Christ, then Christ is also in us. We are His temples; He is our prize. My prayer is that you will learn to savor and enjoy Christ for all that He has done, but more, all He is.
In the meantime, I want to leave you with a couple essays that have been very thought-provoking for me, especially of late. I hope they bless you as they have blessed me.
C.S. Lewis – “We Have No ‘Right to Happiness'”: http://www.sunnipath.com/library/Articles/AR00000268.aspx
Jonathan Parnell – “No One is More Tolerant Than God”: http://www.desiringgod.org/blog/posts/no-one-is-more-tolerant-than-god
And then, another one that is a great reminder as many people head into the school year:
Jon Bloom – “Don’t Get Organized, Get Enthralled”: http://www.desiringgod.org/blog/posts/don-t-get-organized-get-enthralled
Thanks for your time and God bless!