By Steve Chapman
Bestselling writer Steve Chapman bargains this little gem of a ebook that would have readers chuckling, grinning, and nodding their heads on the witty quips, outrageous insights, and interesting observations. Drawing on people humor, a touch of technological know-how, backwoods knowledge, and biblical truths, Steve encourages readers to consider:
Wasn't it shrewdpermanent of God to...
design us to sneeze out rather than in?
have rain fall in little drops rather than one enormous one?
give us previous age so we'll look ahead to heaven?
devise human legs to allow them to straddle horses and Harleys?
make us curious so we'll search Him?
Fun and thought-provoking, Wasn't It clever of God To... is stuffed with the little and massive issues round us that spotlight God's creativity and make our lives fascinating and beautiful.
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I awoke to a voice in my head, a kind of inner narration, which explained, “The appendage that hangs at the back of your throat, the uvula, the punch ing bag/ is a reminder of the uselessness of trying to wrestle the sacred down to earth. It doesnt touch the ground and never will. It’s like the finger of God up there on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, almost touching the finger of Adam, but not quite. ” That unreconciled part, I came to understand, is the control freak who goes after meaning with a pitchfork; who uses reason the way children use fuzzy blankets; who uses discernment as a way of gaining mastery over events in the particular and over life in general.
One day she just seized up, literally and figuratively. She landed in Massa chusetts General Hospital in Boston with generalized peritonitis, an inflam mation of the lining that cradles the guts. She couldn’t digest. She couldn’t absorb. Nothing moved, either in or out. During the seven days she was in the hospital, her stomach ballooned to the equivalent of a six-month pregnancy. It was more than the peritonitis, she sensed. Something was brewing. When she got up the nerve to ask the doctor if she was going to die, he shrugged and walked out of the room.
I hate good-byes because I always prefer to assume that I will see people again. It obviates the need for all that awkwardness; it avoids the issue, which is that we may never see each other again. Saying good-bye is understanding that existential fact. Our paths may never cross again. The first time Robin did this, I simply couldn’t take it in. “You’re only going shopping,” I reminded her, as if the sheer mundaneness of it was a guar- T H E E AR OF T HE A N I M A L 31 antee of safety. Her remark was too full of truth and foreboding for me to let it in.