I pray that all of you had a great Christmas. While you may have expected me to post more now that I am out of school, think again. I am taking time off to let the scabs on my brain heal and quite frankly I am being lazy. But don't worry, I'm working up to a few posts that hopefully will have some substantial depth to them as well as updating you about the ministry. But for the meantime here is a Tozer quote to marinate in.
"We cannot think rightly of God until we begin to think of Him as always being there, and there first. Joshua had this to learn. He had been so long the servant of God's servant Moses, and had with such assurance received God's word at his mouth, that Moses and the God of Moses had become blended in his thinking, so blended that he could hardly separate the two thoughts; by association they always appeared together in his mind. Now Moses is dead, and lest the young Joshua be struck down with despair God spoke to assure him, "As I was with Moses, so I will be with thee" (Joshua 1:5; 3:7). Nothing had changed and nothing had been lost. Nothing of God dies when a man of God dies."