3 edition of Touch the past, visualize the future: Proceedings found in the catalog.
Touch the past, visualize the future: Proceedings
by Canadian Institute of Geomatics [distributor]
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||1908|
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We use our past memories as a basis to inform what we do, and how we behave, the events we remember tell us about what and who is important to us, and help us to make our decisions about the future. That's the argument I think we're going to see in John 11 as we talk about Jesus being the resurrection and the life, that Jesus wants to invade our present, regardless of how we've come in, regardless of who we are, and he wants to start to untangle our past and then grab our future hope and then pull it into the present.
Too many of us fall into one of the most common traps of the devil: dwelling on the past or being anxious about the future. It is extremely easy to succumb to both frames of mind and sometimes we are even stuck in the past and future at the same time! The worst situation the devil can imagine is a soul who is firmly planted in the present moment.The site visit was a great chance visualize on site the things we learnt during the lectures.“ (Stuttgart, September ) „All the discussions and comments from the participants made the seminar more interesting and provided more details and a practical approach.