Sayings of the wise“Comforts that were rare among our forefathers are now multiplied in factories and handed out wholesale; and indeed, nobody nowadays, so long as he is content to go without air, space, quiet, decency and good manners, need be without anything whatever that he wants; or at least a reasonably cheap imitation of it.”
by G. K. Chesterton Commonwealth, 1933
‘To know what would have happened, child?’ said Aslan. ‘No. Nobody is ever told that. . . But anyone can find out what will happen,’— C.S. Lewis, Prince Caspian, Chapter 10 “The Return of the Lion”
Monthly Archives: September 2010
Preaching through Deuteronomy, using primarily Douglas Wilson’s sermon notes and the New International Commentary on the Old Testament, we have arrived at that wonderful section of Sabbath law which starts from Deuteronomy 14:21b. That great exposition of the fourth commandment. The … Continue reading
Wilhelm Els leaves tomorrow for Lesotho then flies to Malawi and will be in Machinga on the 29th and 30th D.V. After that more travelling through Botswana and Zambia and then perhaps to Burundi. Many meetings, many old friends and … Continue reading
Father Forgets (continues) by W. Livingston Larned (HT Juan Winnaar) Moving poem, both a rebuke and an encouragement.