"We aren’t of any great use to God. He can do whatever he wants; he doesn’t need us to be puppets, servants, or envoys to do his work for him...God can use us, and he does all the time. But in and of ourselves we aren’t of any great use to God. However, we are of great value to him. Being of great value is different from being of great use." via RobinGunn.com
"Love Among The Ruins", by Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones. This painting which hangs at Wightwick Manor in Wolverhampton, was used to promote the "Treasure Houses of Britain" exhibition at the National Galley in Washington, DC in 1985.