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This is another installment in a series that has been adapted from my 11-part MP3 teaching series on A. W. Tozer’s spiritual classic, The Pursuit of God.
In the Voyage of the Dawn Treader, one of the books in C. S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia series, the story begins with the words “There was a boy named Eustice Clarence Scrubb, and he deserved it.” He was a nasty little guy. Later in the story he wakes up to find that he’s become a dragon. The nasty …
Man is only a reed, the feeblest thing in nature, but, he is a thinking reed. It is not necessary for the entire universe to take up arms in order to crush him. A vapour, a drop of water, is sufficient to kill him. But if the universe crushes him, man would still be nobler than the thing which destroys him, because he knows that he is dying, and the universe which has him at its mercy is unaware of it. (Blaise Pascal)
Have you noticed that every multi-colored creature utilizes complementary colors that never clash? Do you think that is haphazard?