Friday, September 14, 2018
Contemplation on Canada's True far north
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I have been travelling in the far north of Canada. This
is in a region past where trees grow to normal heights and in a region called the Tigre where dwarf old spruce trees cover
the horizons. It is a privaledge to see God's creation in the small details, like the yellow green lichen covering the ground
that feeds herds of migrating caribou in the winter.
These deer migrate over 6000km each year and could only survive based on this food they can get daily in winter.
It made me consider how humans migrate through life and
true spiritual life comes from the dependence on Holy Spirits intervention daily. Without Him we starve and die spiritually.
Perhaps that is the reason so many miss seeing God is real. The world is starving. Like deer who fail to look below the snow
for sustenance and hold their head up high until they die, so do many proud people address the spiritual side of life with
a prideful and haughty outlook.
Let's pray that changes!