Antiquarian Anabaptist

Apologetics from an Anabaptist perspective

Taking stock

Things that I am learning:

– It’s not important to know what my abilities, talents, or gifts are. The only thing that matters is if I am following where the Master leads and doing what He asks me to do.

– It’s not important to know what I have accomplished for the Master, even less important that others should know. If my words and actions do not glorify the Master then they are worthless.

– It’s not important to make plans and resolutions for the future. The Master knows what lies ahead, I don’t.

Books that I am reading:

– La Sainte Bible, traduction Louis Segond – I read the Bible in French each morning and am currently reading through the Psalms.

– The Holy Bible, Authorized Version (KJV) – My wife and I read the Bible in English every evening, we are currently reading through 2 Corinthians.

– Multipliers, How the best leaders make everyone smarter, Liz Wiseman and Greg McKeown. I am reading this one on my Kobo e-reader.

– The Power of Weakness, Dan Schaeffer. Paperback, published by Discovery House.

– Rise to Greatness, The History of Canada from the Vikings to the Present, Conrad Black. Published by McClelland and Stewart, hardcover. This one is over 1,000 pages and is best digested in small chunks. This is going to take a while.

– Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery. This is also on my Kobo e-reader and I read a little bit from time to time just to savour the writing of a master story-teller.

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