Grace and peace to you on this fine day.
(Yesterday on the blog: A Message for Young Women)
You may identify with this. “I had foolishly thought that time would be the vehicle of sanctification, that being an older Christian would automatically make me a more Christ-like Christian. But it hasn’t.”
“We are all dependent on parenting to wean us off of immature thinking. The world we are looking at right now, however, is in large degree a reflection of a major shift in parenting.” Interesting…
Ligon Duncan provides a really good answer to this question.
“Round the turn of the century, some 20 years ago, well-informed citizens might claim 20 sources of news. They’d watch a national and local TV news program, pick up a newspaper delivery or two each morning, wait each week or month on a few magazine subscriptions, forward some emails with bizarre threats, and tune in during morning and evening commutes to a talk radio station or two.” How different it is today!
This is a good little reminder of the fact that God makes himself known as Trinity, and why this matters so much.
“His team, the Los Angeles Rams, ended up winning the Super Bowl, and Kupp was named Most Valuable Player. But regardless of that, even if they’d lost and Kupp had not played well, everything he says would still be true.” Randy Alcorn has assembled some resources about Super Bowl MVP Cooper Kupp who is very outspoken about his Christian faith.
He was never without guidance, never without help, because he was never without the Word.
Life is not measured by the number of its years but by what one puts into the years.—J.R. Miller