C.S. Lewis and the Great Divorce 09A - the Grumbler and the Artist - Psalm 131

Langdon Palmer

C.S. Lewis and the Great Divorce 09A - the Grumbler and the Artist - Psalm 131

Published September 4, 2011 at 9:10 PM

Do you sometimes think 'If only I was more organized, and my house was more organized, and my schedule was more organized, then I could have some real peace and satisfaction? Maybe what is more important than being organized is what your life is organized around. With our busy schedules and hectic lives, is it possible to be both active and still and centered on God? Yes. We contrast the deep peace of the Psalmist in Psalm 131 with what organizes the grumbling woman and the artist described by C.S. Lewis in The Great Divorce. We discover three basic clues in Psalm 131 on how to live with our heart and soul located in the very presence of God, regardless of how crazy our lives are!

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