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The Winds of Change…

Posted on May 3rd, 2004

So I moved from my temporary stay to St. Paul’s once again. A new room, a new setup. I think I’m most pleased with the way I have it set now; I have lots of space in the bedroom area, and the floor looks to be really good. It could be a very fun term, if all goes well!!

I also finished my co-op term at Legg Mason Canada… I was extremely happy with the term, and I plan on going back! They seemed to have liked me, too, so I’m very excited!! Hopefully, the next term will bring about new challenges and bigger projects. But now, I need to focus on my work term report, which is always looming whenever I go and watch hockey lol…

I’m also continuing my readings, which brings me to… *drum roll* Day 10: The Heart of Worship.

Here, Warren talks a lot about surrender.. in fact, it’s mentioned a ton of times throughout the chapter. In particular, he writes about surrendering to God, and how even the notion of giving up to anything has a negative connotation in today’s society. But he justifies surrendering to God using a number of verses from the Bible, and points that that, if we don’t surrender to God, we will inevitably surrender to an idol.

Question to Consider: What area of my life am I holding back from God?

Of all of the things, I think my service in this life is held back the most. I am still very self-serving, and I do a lot of things for my own benefit. While this is very natural to do, it often creates a very hostile atmosphere, since I become very competitive. But I need to learn how to take the focus away from me and turn it to God instead.

2 Responses to “The Winds of Change…”

  1. Tony Says:

    Your calendar bleeds onto the main content when the font size is increased. Can you fix that, please?

  2. Justin Says:

    Woah… you’ve been reading quite a ways back, haven’t you? 😛

    I’ll see what I can do to fix the problem… I’ll proabably just have to hard-code (*shudder*) the width…

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