Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Computer Crash

Have you had this problem? My computer is acting up, sometimes, sort of and then crash, zero. It seems to be forgetting things it should be remembering and then it seems to remember everything perfectly. Sometimes it hangs up and does nothing, it just sits there and then for no apparent reason it acts somewhat normal again. I swear it is defying me and then try s to make up by complete cooperation for a while. I have tried to put the best programs available to me in it, but some how junk sneaks in that I was not looking for. I get it cleaned up and alls good for a while and out of nowhere, there it is messing up again. I constantly work on it, I run new programs in hopes of keeping it working right, but so far it sooner or later my computer dumps everything and locks up. It is so frustrating. I consulted a renowned expert on it this morning and he gave me some pretty good maintained advice for my personal computer.

The secret of true obedience—let me say at once what I believe it to be—is the clear and close personal relationship to God. All our attempts after full obedience will be failures until we get access to His abiding fellowship. It is God’s holy presence, consciously abiding with us, that keeps us from disobeying Him.
Defective obedience is always the result of a defective life. To rouse and spur on that defective life by arguments and motives has its use, but their chief blessing must be that they make us feel the need of a different life, a life so entirely under the power of God that obedience will be its natural outcome. The defective life, the life of broken and irregular fellowship with God, must be healed, and make way for a full and healthy life; then full obedience will become possible. The secret of a true obedience is the return to close and continual fellowship with God.

My laptop is acting up too but Tom is in England for a couple weeks so I guess I’ll have to wait for him to get back to get it fixed. With Andrew Murray's assistance I think I can work on my personal computer myself.

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