Involved worldwide in ministries committed to passing a solid heritage to the next generation, he is the author of Your Heritage: How to Be Intentional about the Legacy You Leave, among other works that have been translated into multiple languages. He and his wife Gail have three grown children and twelve grandchildren.
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About the Author J. Plough Quarterly features stories, ideas, and culture for people eager to put their faith into action. Our free newsletter brings you a refreshing mix of inspiration and commentary, reflections and reviews. Receive Christian prayers of comfort, courage, and hope every day of the year. Free by email, Facebook or RSS feed. Thank you for posting this now, especially now. We have our structures of faith, habits of verbiage, created by our need to connect.
Sometimes they do connect us and we are nourished. Sometimes we remain hungry, edging towards shallow remnants, shreds of past connections, dreams of God being with us. But He is and our faith is shallow.
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Thank you again. The soul does not know whether anything real answers its love. It may believe that it knows, but to believe is not to know. Such a belief does not help.
The soul knows for certain only that it is hungry. The important thing is that it announces its hunger by crying. A child does not stop crying if we suggest to it that perhaps there is no bread. It goes on crying just the same.
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The danger is not lest the soul should doubt whether there is any bread, but lest, by a lie, it should persuade itself that it is not hungry. It can only persuade itself of this by lying, for the reality of its hunger is not a belief, it is a certainty. We all know that there is no true good here below, that everything that appears to be good in this world is finite, limited, wears out, and once worn out, leaves necessity exposed in all its nakedness. Every human being has probably had some lucid moments in his life when he has definitely acknowledged to himself that there is no final good here below.
hu1.do.iwebcloud.co.uk/where-do-babies-come-from.php But as soon as we have seen this truth we cover it up with lies. Many people even take pleasure in proclaiming it, seeking a morbid joy in their sadness, without ever having been able to bear facing it for a second. Men feel that there is a mortal danger in facing this truth squarely for any length of time. That is true. Such knowledge strikes more surely than a sword; it inflicts a death more frightening than that of the body.
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