Wednesday, June 01, 2005


Slow Miracles - Saint Augustine

We take for granted the slow miracle whereby water in the irrigation of a vineyard becomes wine. It is only when Christ turns water into wine, in a quick motion, as it were, that we stand amazed.

[Source: A Third Testament, by Malcolm Muggeridge -
Daily Dig]
It's raining here in the sunny southland, and it's really cooled things off. It's June, and we've only had one 90+ degree day so far. That'll change soon enough, and as soon as the rain moves off-shore the humidity will fall in behind. But for now, it's nice and peaceful outside, light drizzle and a light breeze and hot fresh coffee.

"Slow miracles"... I heard from an old friend yesterday afternoon. God is good, usually only from His perspective. And this feels good.


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