Saturday, October 11, 2008

Temporal Commitment vs. Eternal Commitment

And that means that relatives who believed they were giving their loved ones a resting place have had to accept that in New York, the quintessential tear-down-and-build-again city, nothing is forever.


Quote taken from here: With Stadiums Going, Going, Ashes May Be Gone

Not to make more of this that it is (i.e., there are limitations to illustrations), but here's a good illustration to show that committing oneself to temporal things cannot be counted upon and therefore unwise; all the more reason to commit oneself to the Lord, who does not change, but is the same yesterday, today and forever!

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