Tuesday, 29 November 2005

keeping quiet

I've been quiet for a while, because I haven't had much to say (which is always a good reason to be quiet).

God's been challenging me that although I want to change the world - or at least, I'd settle for having the Belgian church transformed, revived and permeating society with the gospel of our Lord - he's got a lot to change in me. (Luke 6:37-42). Funny how I can easily see and analyse the state of a movement, or church, or group, and be passionate about their transformation according to the gospel, yet frequently fail to see my own state and be passionate about my transformation according to the gospel.

Also, no matter what I'm learning and how much I'm interested in theology and all, I'm unlikely to be changing the Belgian church any time soon; but I am to get on with being faithful in what he's called me to do. I haven't a clue what I'm going to use it all for in any role that I might have, but I do know that I'm to use it now in what he has given me to do now.

Hardly profound or innovative, but what's being going on when I haven't been posting.

1 comment:

Dave K said...

I don't know about it being inovative, but that it is definitely a very profound point.