This may be my shortest Faith Fridays post yet. But that’s okay, because it’s something I’d rather throw out there and let you ponder rather than expound on it too much myself.
I just finished the book Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. Within that book, this little ditty dropped out and I had to dog-ear it. It’s from p. 143:
“Prosperity knits a man to the World. He feels that he is ‘finding his place in it,’ while really it is finding its place in him.”
Lewis really had a fabulous way of making a point. I love how he packs so much profundity into a mere couple of sentences.
I’d love for this to be more of a discussion than instructional. So let’s engage. What does this mean to you? Does it stir you like it does me?
(Pssst! That’s my Q4U for today!)
Blessings and Happy Weekend!