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Faith Versus Reason

“Faith is being sure of what we hope for. It is being certain of what we do not see.” (Hebrews 11:1) Picasso was once quoted as “praying for strength to transcend the limits his reason was trying to impose on him.” His paintings show that he succeeded admirably. However, there are limits imposed by reason …

 

A Poem by Ruth Bell Graham

Ruth Bell Graham knew the importance and transcendence of time. In her book, “It’s My Turn,” an entry from her journal catches a glimpse into her prayers from that day. And she simply recalls, “There is still time.” She knew that her own life was one of God’s works-in-progress. Ruth once drove by a construction …

 

A Poem From Ruth Bell Graham

“Is There Somewhere?” from Legacy of a Pack Rat: Is there somewhere -anywhere- a little lonesome cabin lost among the forests on a wild, deserted shore; an empty little cabin: rough hewn, worn, and solid with a dandy drawing chimney, books, and windows – nothing more? I’m tired of noise and traffic, people pushing, phone …