I’m not saying I’m a huge fan of Confucius, but he got this one right! And it fit with my current theme of reading more and watching less, so I thought I’d share it. Yesterday, I was able to spend a good chunk of the afternoon listening to an audio book–did you know they have audio books on YouTube now?! I listened to a few chapters of Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game, before falling asleep for my Sunday afternoon nap. (It’s a sci-fi classic and quite entertaining, if you haven’t read it before.)
After evening service and some really encouraging conversations with some friends afterwards, we headed home for a quiet evening in–without watching the Super Bowl, believe it or not. Bryan finished up a bit of homework, we had a quick dinner, and then both picked up books to read for the rest of the evening. Currently, I’m finishing up this one:
I don’t know much about this author, but so far, it’s been pretty encouraging. So thankful that God continues to work on each of us and gives the grace for each day. I’m looking forward to reading more of this book tonight…and maybe falling asleep to another chapter or so of Ender’s Game too.
Speaking of grace for each day, I found this article by Justin Buzzard that was written a few years ago: Grace Sufficient for Today. It starts out with the following quote: “Worry is interest paid on a debt we may never owe.” I’m not sure who first said it, but it was an illustration that hit me in a profound way. So thankful that God’s grace is sufficient in my weakness and available in the exact amount I need.