||Pastoral Passage|| The sweetness of salvation must be more than a fond memory. It must be the fuel of the Christian life that propels us forward in the present and all the way to the end.
||Short Article|| The stories of Scripture help readers to understand God, the gospel, and the life that we live in the present.
The grace of God not only saves, it also transforms.
John Owen’s three books on sin in believers are deep and practical. They are well worth the effort of reading.
Grace at its best is also grace at its worst. Grace is hard to accept when it does what it does best.
How do you relate to God? I have heard it said that Christians can either relate to God like a ‘son’, or like a ‘servant’.
There seem to be three kinds of people in the world, who each react differently to being wronged.