A great thought for today!
When I was asked to do a devotional for today’s post, I really didn’t know which direction to turn. For someone who loves fantasy, the works of Lewis are an obvious choice for an intertwining of faith and faerie. But Lewis’s brilliance has its sources, and I thought that perhaps one of Lewis’s favorite writers, George MacDonald, would be of service in this discussion, as well. In Mere Christianity, Lewis says:
If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.
As Christians, we know that “another world” is the heavenly kingdom, but as we are, for now, separated from that future dwelling, we are left with promises and our imagination. For many of us, exploring and creating fantasy worlds can temporarily satiate the driving need to find “another world” to which we…
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