A Theology of Weakness

Our professor asked for prayer at the start of class one day; then he broke down in tears as the prayers began. We were suddenly aware that it is not the student alone who sufferer the strains of life at seminary; our teachers also struggled with life outside the classroom. There was always a spiritual reality behind the academics we pursued, and more to learn than the books could teach.

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Fall Expressions

At twilight I took a walk in the cool of fall accompanied by an army of drifting leaves. We walk briskly, breeze pushing leaves, sun beckoning man. Summer had quietly folded, taking with it the warm sunny days. She is saying goodbye with vibrant hues in a slow embrace of the entering fall. I see all this and worship Nature’s God.

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