Sunday 4 January 2009


"Every new morning is a new beginning of our life. Every day is a completed whole. The present day should be the boundary of our care and striving. It is long enough for us to find God or lose God, to keep the faith or fall into shame. God created day and night so that we might not wonder boundlessly, but already in the morning may see the goal of the of the evening before us. As the old sun rises new every day, so the eternal mercies of God are new every morning"
(Dietrich Bonhoeffer, from 'i want to live these days with you', jan 4)

No comments: