An excerpt from C.S. Lewis', Mere Christianity


Just thought I'd share this tidbit from C.S. Lewis' Mere Christianity. 'Tis very good, if I do say so myself.

"On the one hand, God's demand for perfection need not discourage you in the least in your present attempts to be good, or even in your present failures. Each time you fall He will pick you up again. And He knows perfectly well that your own efforts are never going to bring you anywhere near perfection. On the other hand, you must realise from the outset that the goal towards which He is beginning to guide you is absolute perfection; and no power in the whole universe, except you yourself, can prevent Him from taking you to that goal.
That is what you are in for. And it is very important to realise that."

Now back to my ukulele playing.
Later chaps!
~Kay A.