긴 여행의 시작 – 에피톤 프로젝트

가벼운 회색 운동화 한 켤레, 필요한 것들만 담은 가방과

목적지가 적히지 않은 티켓, 손때 묻은 카메라, 낡은 지도

이제부터 긴 여행의 시작

두근거리는 마음 손에 쥐고 빠진 것들 없나 잘 챙겨보기

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긴 여행의 시작 – 에피톤 프로젝트

Silent student

While so far I cared mostly for bubbly students at Edushare, yesterday I came to help the opposite kind of student, 혁진. He scarcely speaks, and if he does, it means he’s really really bored of solving the problems. Sometimes, he doesn’t even answer yes or no, when asked. The hyperactive students at least clearly express their feelings and opinions, but this boy is difficult to approach because he shows no clear response and I have no idea how he thinks of my action. I’ll try to have conversations and communications with him.

Silent student

The principle of the Lord’s changing death into life

John 2:3-4 And when the wine ran out, the mother of Jesus said to Him, “They have no wine.” And Jesus said to her, “Woman, what do I have in this that concerns you? My hour has not yet come.”

… In such a case, the natural man will pray, “O Lord, do something to rescue the situation.” If you pray in this way, the Lord will turn to you and say, “What have I to do with you? You have nothing to do with Me in this matter.” Nearly all of us would act the same way Mary did. What then should we do? We should not do anything. Let the death come to the surface and be exposed. Then the Lord Jesus will come in.
We all must admit that many of our prayers have gone unanswered. … Whenever I have received such a letter, I said, “You are weak, but you are not yet dead. Even if you are dead, you have not yet begun to smell.” We need to wait until the death situation comes to the surface; then the Lord Jesus will come in to change death into life. Everything that the Lord does is according to this principle of changing death into life.  – From the life-study of John Msg. 6

The principle of the Lord’s changing death into life