Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Back to normal.

Enough about Frankie, already. It's been "Frankie, Frankie, Frankie" all month long. Please! I've got other stuff goin' on around here too, ya know.

Like for example, it's summer, did you notice??? It's been a strange summer, but summer nonetheless.

My daylilys are blooming.

Consider the lilies of the field. They don't spin or sew, and yet, even King Solomon in all his glory wasn't arrayed as fine as these...

OK, that was from memory, I'm not sure it's anywhere near the right verse. But it's a lovely thought.

Another lovely thought, which I got from Aunt Diane pretty recently.

God, being omniscient and omnipotent, (assuming you believe,) exists outside the box of space and time that confines us.
That being the case, you can pray right now for things that have happened in the past. Because if God is in all time at the same time, he can affect things back then just as easily as he can affect things right now.

I don't know if that makes sense, but it's a really lovely thought, and I've started praying about things that already have happened.

Of course, I don't want this entry to make anyone think I'm a religious freak. But I'm feeling in a religious mood today. I have a strong belief... I just couldn't really tell you that my belief belongs to any religion in particular.
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jozien said...

Hi Sue!
What a wonderful post!
Of course i love the daylily.
And what you say about praying for the past.
I know it works! Funny enough i need it right now, and didn't think of it yet. Thanks :)

Sue said...

I'll pray for you too :)
for everything good!

Seraphine said...

the god thing makes sense.
maybe there's a good god / bad god dynamic that rules the universe (i think the bad god is commonly called satan, perhaps lucifer, possibly george).
and perhaps the lilies in the field are god. i bet, if that were true, they'd be the good god.

Sue said...

Sera - I'll definitely go with the idea that the lilies in the field are God. And I know there is a good/bad dynamic, but I'm not sure what the bad really is. Is it the equivalent strength of the good? Hope not...