Good morning my friends. Grace and peace to you.
“It’s not like we have not seen this coming,” says Al Mohler about Andy Stanley’s continued departure from biblical Christianity. The latest example is concerning, but also in-line with the ones before it.
“Given the passage of our lives and the era in which we live, how can we make the most of things? This is a question which young people might dabble in at certain crisis points of career or during key rites of passage, but it can be a dominating theme for those in mid-life and beyond.”
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“Marriage is a steel trap,” says Darryl. And that’s exactly what makes it so amazing.
This is important: don’t just be an expert in what things don’t mean.
Kevin DeYoung: “There’s a really important but simple distinction we need to make in thinking about our good works or our obedience. And that is that our good works can be truly good even though they’re not perfectly good. They’re never without some imperfections. They’re always tinged with some kind of selfishness.”
Wes draws a lesson from those “sovereign citizens” you see getting tased on YouTube.
Joy comes to those who experience a particular kind of sorrow—a deep remorse over their depraved hearts and defiled hands.
Waiting on God is to be busy in service to God and to others, all in full acceptance of his wisdom and timing. —Tim Keller