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Keith Mathison takes a long look at the relationship between Christians and the civil magistrate when the Christians are, for example, ordered to wear masks in church or to refrain from singing.
“Over the years I’ve seen countless examples of Christians caring for each other, putting the interests of others first, and generally sharing their lives. Cancer-plagued believers being driven to chemo treatment by brothers and sisters in Christ. Couples learning how to care for children with special needs so that tired parents can have a night out. Families opening up their homes to welcome singles on a weekly basis. Community is biblical, and it’s important. But it’s not the whole story.”
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This is a great challenge (and opportunity) for Christians! “What might it look like for Christians and churches to practice radical hospitality this fall, serving the families who will be most affected by the closure of in-person schools?”
Matt Smethurst: “We do not worship a pixelated Savior, nor did he redeem us to be a pixelated people. Technology in the life of the church is often a gift. God just never intended it to be a replacement.”
You’ll enjoy this quick story with a lesson drawn from it.
This article reminds me that if Sinclair Ferguson writes it, I’ll benefit from reading it.
“Covid 19 has swept through our world and our lives like a pruning knife, cutting out large portions of things we thought we couldn’t live without. Pruning doesn’t just trim away the excess and the dead; it gouges to the heart of the flourishing, a harsh process designed to bring forth future abundance. But for now, our branches are bare. We feel stripped.”
I want to be really godly, but not as much as I want to be kind of godly…I want to achieve the goal a little bit less than I want to put in the effort necessary to have it.
You can be courageous in admitting your sin precisely because God is richly abundant in his mercy. —Paul David Tripp