Wednesday, September 01, 2010


"How in the world can a person be born, be educated, fall in or out of love, have a job, be married, give birth, raise kids, see death, cry, scream, giggle, drink, eat, smoke, climb up or down the ladder, retire, and die without ever asking why? Never asking "Why am I here?" Or, worse yet, asking why and being content with no answer. The most deadly trick of Satan is not to rob us of answers. It's to steal our questions."
- Max Lucado

I've fallen in love with Mr. Lucado lately. The Troy Library is missing most of his books because they are piled on the coffee table, the back of the couch, the end table and the floor next to my side of the bed. I've had a thirst that is just unquenchable. I want more. I need more. There is something great coming, friends. God is preparing me. I can only imagine what for, but I am excited. And a bit scared.

Be prayerful, please. And read that quote again, it's pretty powerful.

1 comment:

  1. I have never read any of his stuff, always mean to, just don't ever do it! I really like that quote though!


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