Monday, January 21, 2008

Quote of the Week

"What marks our own generation? It is the fact that modern man thinks there is nobody home in the universe. Nobody to love man, nobody to comfort him, even while he seeks desperately to find comfort in the limited, finite, horizontal relationships of life."

Francis A. Schaeffer, Death in the City


Halfmom, AKA, Susan said...

This is so the cry of my heart - and what I have been embroiled in the midst of through blog posts this week on another blog. I so want for people to understand that there is a God and He does care for them. How empty life must feel with no God, with no one there.

Every Square Inch said...


When people don't believe there is a God - they end up trying to make sense of life apart from Giver of life. Sadly, what the result is confusion and emptiness.