Remembering in a Land of Forgetfulness

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Remembering in a Land of Forgetfulness

We live in a prodigal culture that has not only forgotten its roots, but has squandered its spiritual, intellectual, and cultural capital. It appears hell bent on the deliberate obliteration of actual remembrance of our past, and of every suggestion of value in our heritage. Ps. 88:12 asks, rhetorically, “Will Your wonders be made known in the darkness, and Your righteousness in the land of forgetfulness?”

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The Sublimity of Beauty

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The Sublimity of Beauty

In that awe-struck moment, he is overcome with his comparative insignificance to the mountain; but then is struck with the overwhelming sense of his insignificance in relation to God.

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