The other day I heard a woman, well meaning, quote Henley’s Invictus in which he rants his agnostic grasp on life. I thought it out of place due to the questionable, but professed faith of the deceased.
It is reasonable that Mr. Henley is now fully aware that “Whatever God’s there may be” won’t cut it!
Here’s a line from Anonymous:
“The greatest act of faith is when a man decides he is not God.”
When this realization takes place, the person may begin to truly live. The Psalmist wrote in 100:3:
“Know that the Lord, He is God; it is He who has made us, and not we ourselves; We are His people and the sheep of his pasture!”
Christians who are at least a wee bit literate with scripture understand the truth; “We are NOT our own, but are bought with a price. The price being the precious blood of Christ!
Courtesy of Berean Baptist in Terre Haute
Larry Lilly. Make today count.