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 Monday, October 09, 2000

Courtney Myers | 10/9/2000 10:32:51 PM | link
  The future is frightening. being unsure of what's happening and where everyone is going and what I'll be doing... it wears on me. Trust. I must trust God, and rely on Him, because I can't handle it - I could never handle it all. I can't see the future. I can't control everything or anything. But He knows what's up. He'll take care of me..

School is busy, life is busy, and I apologise for letting this site slip - it's not what I intend. Thoughts on worship/Christian life, as they come, will be posted more often, I hope.

Great quote from my environmental studies class: "In science, we can never be certain of anything!" Hmm, really? Gee... I somehow get an alternate impression, especially when it comes to, you know, things like... God and stuff. :D

"Vainity, vainity, all is vainity..."

(Oh, and - Jeannine - my birthday is August 25th. You've just got me beat. :D It's kinda funny that way, since in school I ended up a year ahead of you somehow. My parents jumped the gun, or something. :)