Photo "Storm Serge of Hurricane Felix" courtesy here.
Katrina. That's all I needed to say; your mind is thumbing through a broken blur of messy pictures. The author below lost everything due to Katrina. Obviously, I love pictures--I need God to give me pictures to help me grasp His promises--and this one's pretty cool:
"When Jesus calls us to abandon everything we have and everything we are, it's almost as if He is daring us to put ourselves in the flood plain. To put all our lives and all our churches, all our property and all our possessions, all our plans, and all our strategies, all our hopes and all our dreams in front of the levee and then to ask God to break it. To ask God to sweep away whatever he wants, to leave standing whatever He desires, and to remake our lives and churches according to His will."
- Radical Together by David Platt
Can we do that, brothers and sisters?
Better yet, can I pray that and actually be aware of the
implications that come with the prayer...
When I get through the teetering stack of four books on my nightstand, I'm downing Radical Together. Click here to read the first chapter.
Blog post title: "How He Loves" by the David Crowder Band and like a million other bands. But I heard Davido sing it first so I'm givin' him credit.