Tag: C.S. Lewis

What Will Heaven Be Like?

Ahh … good question. A question that is quite a bit above my theological pay grade to answer, and above most people’s pay grades to answer. That doesn’t mean people haven’t tried. From time to time you hear about someone who died and went to heaven and had a tour of heaven and then they […]

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No Ordinary People

There are no ordinary people. You are not ordinary. You have never met, nor will you ever meet, an ordinary person. We have said this over and over at Living Word. We didn’t think it up, C.S. Lewis did. It is just one of dozens of brilliant and beautiful thoughts from Lewis that we pass […]

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C.S. Lewis and a Good Reminder

You know how much I love C.S. Lewis. I read and reread him all the time. Here is a thought from Lewis that spoke to me once again. I put it on an image to visually communicate the power of his words. This thought from Lewis reminds me of Hebrews 11:13-16. In that passage, the […]

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Not a Cottage, but a Palace

I make no apologies for it. I am a RAVING fan of C.S. Lewis. He continues to delight me, surprise me, enlighten me, and move me. In Lewis, I find brilliant ideas, beautifully expressed. In Lewis, I find a faithful teacher of historical Christian faith, in fresh ways. On Sunday, I read several paragraphs from […]

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C.S. Lewis on Humility

This past Sunday, Pastor Aaron mentioned in the sermon the need for a genuine humility that acknowledges we are sinners in need of a gracious and holy God. One of the workbooks of spiritual exercises I created is called What’s Gone Wrong? It is an in depth look at what sin has done to us […]

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Bucket List Goals: God Overflowing!

“I don’t believe in God, but I miss him.” What a poignantly insightful and profoundly sad opening to a memoir by the atheist Julian Barnes (Nothing to Be Frightened Of). Here is another one, only from G.K. Chesterton: “He who does not believe in God, doesn’t believe in nothing, he believes in anything.” * Now […]

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