From "The Knowledge of the Holy"

"The mind looks backward in time till the dim past vanishes, then turns and looks into the future till thought and imagination collapses from exhaustion: and God is at both points, unaffected by either."

-- A.W. Tozer


Radagast said...

That's a great quote!

Laura said...

It's a great book!

Jared Kennedy said...

Have I ever told you how amazing it is that you have so much Aussie street cred? Seriously, I get these links to http://sojournkids.com from Anglicans across the globe and I'm like, "Who are these people?" Then, I realize that these are Laura's people... or as I recently read them say: They are Laura's friends and Sojourn is Laura's people.

Anyway, I'm here to beg you for two things: (1) Please comment on my "Before and After" (i.e. "Biggest Loser") post over at the Travelblog. I don't know what you'll say, but it will be funny, and I'd love to have a conversation going about how these events in Exodus and Numbers are repeated... (2) Please, please, please post something about the current season of 24. I'm convinced that it may be the best ever, and Jack Bauer is a type of Christ that kills people, so he deserves some attention at a blog entitled "Mad Enough to Pray."

Peace, Jared K.

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