Peeping Tom May 18, 2004 Stephen I haven’t got much time to write anything thoughtful , but here’s a piccy: Kenneth the cat spying on the neighbours. Share this:FacebookTwitterPocketLike this:Like Loading... Peeping Tom
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Oh, so cute!
How go the essays?
Cats are such characters! Ours is both an evil beast and as sweet as sugar. I love the little monster, I just wish he’d stop bringing home his fuzzy little toys!
I got the three done that I needed to do last week, though to be honest I didn’t feel I got to grips with the subject matter (’tis ever the case!). Interestingly I had just written one on the difference between the Reformed and Keswick views of sanctification the day before going to hear Gaffin at Oakhill. I came away from that meeting feeling I needed to rewrite it, having had an ‘epiphany’ experience there(!). There were some more fundamental issues which I had not touched on. Anyway I had run out of time and had to go with what I had got.
I have a seminar paper to write for Monday, write up my placement and prepare for Greek exam in June. How about you?
Kenneth has long since stopped catching furry friends to play with. He’s 15 and getting a bit doddery (a Scots word for ‘unsure on his feet’) and pestered no end by the other 2-year old, Tiffy. But he’s very friendly and takes a shine to me particularly, for some reason!
In the last three weeks I have written five essays from start to finish, written the second half of my dissertation, acted as best man at the second celebration of my brother’s wedding, prepared and given two talks, visited the college for a day and a half and managed to update my blog a few times.
Today I crash.
Tomorrow I prepare two sermons for Sunday.
I can’t keep up with that!
“having had an ‘epiphany’ experience there(!)”
Gaffin was an epiphany for me as well. I first heard him speak on union with Christ about a year and a half ago on the Kerux conference lectures, “Ordo Salutis and Historia Salutis.”
I’ve been a fan ever since!
Yes. It was his discussion of union with Christ that affected me, particularly the connection between this and Christ’s resurrection.
I have heard the Kerux sermon before. I enjoyed it, though I did not grasp all of it then. But it helped having listened to this to then hear him at Oakhill. I think I had an advantage over others who were there who had not heard him before. It wasn’t till the third hour that we got to ‘Union’.
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