Back in Feburary of this year I posted a blog about all of my books and being a book-a-holic. In the course of the year and all that life brings, I have not completed any of them yet. I have however, started many. That is just how it happens some times.
I am back reading "The Grand Weaver" by Ravi Zacharias again. And have put all others down until I finish this one. My goal is to have it read completely by the time I go back home to Alabama. (In my free time while here in VA visiting with my Julia, Ronnie and baby Josiah!)
I have a quote that I want to share...
John Wesley had asked his mother, Susanna Wesley, to define sin. Here is her answer:
"Son, whatever weakens your reasoning,impairs the tenderness of your conscience,obscures your sense of God,or takes away your relish for spiritual things;in short, if anything increases the authority andpower of the flesh over the Spirit,then that to you becomes sin,however good it is in itself,"
I agree with Ravi Zacharias- I doubt any theologians could have done better than she did!
Certainly we all would do well to use this as a guide to search our lives and our decisions and our choices.