Sayings of the wise“It is not simply to be taken for granted that the Christian has the privilege of living among other Christians. Jesus Christ lived in the midst of his enemies.
So the Christian, too, belongs not in the seclusion of a cloistered life but in the thick of foes. There is his commission, his work.”
by Dietrich Bonhoeffer Life Together, Chapter 1, p17
`We’d have gotten down under those paving stones somehow or other. Aslan’s instructions always work: there are no exceptions. But how to do it now — that’s another matter’— C.S. Lewis, Puddleglum, in The Silver Chair, Chapter 11 “The House of Harfang”
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One of the perennial problems with saving up money (assuming one is in the blessed position to do so), is where to keep it so that its both “safe” and generates a good return. This is good stewardship, and not … Continue reading
A wonderfully inspiring story from a pre-WWII town in Austria called Worgl that was in the grip of the Depression, but was saved (temporarily) by a very insightful mayor, one Michael Unterguggenberger. He issued a local stamp script money… “On … Continue reading