Without lowering you to the level of dirty fighting, the gospel has made you an immovable object and an irresistible force.
A couple of questions will emerge repeatedly on your long journey of faith. They have a habit of showing up when you’d rather not answer them.
The first time you ever met Him was the biggest day of your life. Get ready for the next ten thousand encounters.
We’re supposed to have more than certain past glory days. God intends our present to be wonderfully active, forward-moving, and inward before outward. Lesson from a Black Powder Pistol One Christmas I gave my […]
Here it comes again—the same temptation, the same war, and the same depressing outcome. What is it that makes sin so invincible?
Just when you think you have it all figured out, the Bible comes along and wrecks your theories. Thank God.
Congratulations on not becoming entangled with specific big box addictions— drugs, alcohol, gambling, or pornography. But we’re actually in more danger of the stuff we deem normal.
God loves us regardless of our failures. Still, the cross didn’t purchase for us a license to be perpetual losers.
The Bible knows nothing of paltry blessing. Instead, it portrays such extravagance of grace upon us, that we find it bewildering.
“It would seem that our Lord finds our desires not too strong, but too weak…We are far too easily pleased.”1