“Stand still. In a moment I will blow. But first, remember, remember, remember the signs. Say them to yourself when you wake in the morning and when you lie down at night, and when you wake in the middle of the night. And whatever strange things may happen to you, let nothing turn your mind […]Read more "Remember the Signs"
Psalm 103:10 says, “he does not treat us as our sins deserve or repay us according to our iniquities.” Praise God! Could there be better news? I don’t think so. The longer I walk with Christ, the more I see how gross and pervasive my sins actually are. Even my good intentions and desires are […]Read more "Not as Our Sins Deserve"
I was given the book Remembering C.S. Lewis (ed. James Como) last Christmas. I’m just now getting to the book and, so far, am thoroughly enjoying it. It’s a book written by those who knew him. Biographical? Yes. A biography? No. Lewis intrigues me. He is easily in my top five favorite authors. This post, […]Read more "Born to Adore and Obey"
Psalm 127:3 says, “Children are a blessing and a gift from the Lord.” How true this verse has become recently! Their smiles and their early attempts at laughter can turn any frown upside down. Sure, lack of sleep is difficult, but those days are not a numerous as I would’ve assumed before our daughter arrived. […]Read more "Children are a blessing."
Contentment is issue all people wrestle with, whether they claim a certain faith commitment or not. It just happens to be an essential aspect of the Christian faith. Contentment ultimately is humility and submission before the all wise and loving God who works all things together for his people’s good (Rm. 8:28). Humility and submission […]Read more "Contentement and the Christian Life"