Wednesday, March 20, 2013

God Thinking XVI - Making Wise Choices 3

"Let’s say you've a computer system.  It is a 250 gigabyte, 1.9megahertz system with 2 megabytes of RAM.  You go to buy software and you find just the right software package. 
This software has just what you want. 
So you turn the box over to read the system requirements, and the program requires 125 megabytes of space (you have that), it requires a 1.5 gigabyte processor, (yours is a 1.9 megahertz), and it requires 4 megs of RAM and you only have 2.  You walk away without purchasing this new software, even though it has everything you want, because it will not operate on your existing operating system. 
What would you have to do if you really wanted this new software?  You would have to upgrade your operating system.

God thinking is about upgrading your operating system so that what you need from God, you can receive from God."
 Excerpt from God Thinking XVI - Making Wise Choices by Keith C. Powell copyright 2013

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