I love a well-thought out quote, it doesn’t have to be from some dusty ancient tome of gnarled wisdom gleaned from centuries back, supposedly from people who knew far more than we about the profound things in life. Sure, we can be shallow, but some good quotes are from, well, just this week. This one from Andree Seu, who writes for World Magazine. Nothing poetic here, is just an observation but with a ring of truth:
“The real work of life happens at the cellular level of one-moment-at-a-time believing God’s promises, praying like breathing, and obeying His Spirit immediately. There are no larger battles. There is no more profound analysis of the decline of the church.”
I can run with that one.