Thought I'd write a bit about what I heard in the Cornerstone sermon last night. At the very hub of the message, I was reminded of a lot about myself.
How I never grew up from the "Look at me!" mentality that is perfectly reasonable for a kid, but not for an adult.
How, for all of my life, I lived on the idea that this was my world. you just live in it.
And most importantly, in my addiction, how I never dropped the self-will that kept me in the same painful cycle. The sermon's title is My Glory to His Glory. That means something. I'm not god anymore. I turn all of the insanity and pride over to my Higher Power. I recognize that it's not about what people can do for me... It's about what I can do for people in his name.
Ego builds a cardboard fortress that humility must everyday tear down.
Very telling about how fragile even the largest egos are. That was a quote that Rusty found. Another was from CS Lewis... "Pain removes the veil; it plants the flag of truth within the fortress of a rebel soul."
For those who didn't catch the YouTube link last night, here's a link to the audio sermon...
Hope the day is going great for you! May post something fun a bit later....