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18341432_a5298977a7The 19th century Scottish mathematician and pastor, Thomas Chalmers, wrote,

My God, suffer me not to let go my hold of Thy good providence.

It’s safe to assume that the life I lead these days as a fumbling bachelor doesn’t always necessarily lend itself to a good night’s sleep (looking for employment again and slaving away over my never ending book project can get tedious and tiresome, and my bursts of writing inspiration in which my bad case of writers block dissipates are more likely to happen at night when the sounds of the day disappear and my mind is quieted).   

So, there I was last night, laying there praying and attempting to listen with thoughts of numerous hurdles racing through my little brain Read the rest of this entry »

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