I just wanted to let ya know that I haven't quit bloggin. I've just been busy. I hope to write about enemy #2 this weekend.
But here's a quick thought. The blurb of my blog is, "thoughts on my little life and awe of our awesome God." Well, I was thinking about that, in relation to the true truth that we humans are made in the image of God. God has made us as the supreme part of His creation... we have the capacity to reflect and glorify God like nothing else in this universe. Becuase of this, I probably shouldn't say "my little life." It reminds me of a Francis Schaeffer book, "No Little People." That is true, there really are no little people. Human beings have utmost value, because we are made in the image of the infinitely glorious God. Five, applications of this truth: We should examine the way we treat those we consider "little" people (who are they to you? servers? grumpy or obnoxious people? Second, this is part of what makes sin so awful. It takes people who are designed to be something so spectacular and turns us into ugly sinners. Thirdly, the point of salvation is to make us truly human again... to make us into the God-reflectors we were designed to be. Fourthly, I should probably change the little subtitle of my blog. But I'm not going to, because my life is still oh so small compared to the Lord's. Fifthly, go buy something by Francis Schaeffer. I see a lot of people on this little blog network are into C.S. Lewis. Schaeffer is the Lewis of the late 20th century. He is better than anyone I've read at pointing out the spirit of our age, and helping me see things about the way I think that just don't line up with what I say I believe.