Last week was busy for me, this week not so much. Hope everyone had a blessed. Mother’s Day.
4 warnings from Psalms 119.
A sign of a culture devoid of God is they call good evil and evil good.
The root cause of their arrested development is spiritual malnourishment—their souls are starved for wholesome spiritual food. The Bible refers to itself as milk, bread, and meat, but spiritually a lot of Christians are trying to survive and thrive on candy, Cokes, and fries. They aren’t growing because their diet is tragically deficient. Ironically, the solution to their problems is in the very thing they refuse to feed upon—God’s Word.
But there is a particularly nasty breed that often goes unnoticed, a type that we might call the “Broken Wolf.”
Great satire piece on idolatry. “So it has been such a blessing to discover that worshiping one God, and him alone, isn’t for everyone. There are thousands of Christians out there who have found faithful, loving ways of expressing worship both to God and to idols, without compromising either their faith or their view of Scripture. In recent years, I’ve finally summoned the courage to admit I am one of them. Let me give you a few reasons why I believe idolatry and Christianity are compatible.”