Eyes That See

“I Once Was Blind”

“10,000 Little Moments of Everyday Life”

A great post from Justin Taylor, which is mostly just an excerpt from Paul Tripp’s “Whiter Than Snow.”  The part that I most enjoyed was where Tripp points out that:

“The character of a life isn’t set in ten big moments. The character of a life is set in 10,000 little moments of everyday life. It’s the themes of struggles that emerge from those little moments that reveal what’s really going on in our hearts.”

There is also a great video of Tripp reading a portion of the book and sharing his thoughts.

Enjoy!

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July 5, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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