weird

“If you want what normal people have, do what normal people do. Normal people want what they want – now. They trade the ultimate for the immediate.

“If you want what few people have, do what few people do. Trade the distorted immediate for the greatness of the future. Waiting patiently for what comes later (what is learned through wisdom) is often best.”

Notes from a sermon titled “Weird,” Craig Groeschel, Life.Church, http://www.life.church/watch/weird/

Susan’s journal, recorded 4/2011

 

 

sermon notes for mediation


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