Sisters, your soul will find unending peace and joy as you learn how precious you are to your Father, and that is what will sanctify you, change your actions, and make you more tender, long-suffering, gracious, and wise toward your children.
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Ultimately, we live in two worlds. Our citizenship may be in Glory, but our human feet walk a thorned and thistled earth.
The Holy Spirit is God Himself, placed within believers to transform us into the likeness of God and comfort us until we are fully united with God in Glory.
While not as glamorous as some other doctrines, inerrancy is the necessary precursor to all other doctrines. It is the basis upon which we can speak with confidence, as it gives us the ability to know God’s Word is true.
God loves us—despite our utterly miserable, unworthy, and unlovable state—and wants a relationship with us. And so, being the good, wise, and creative God He is, He worked out the most tremendous act of heroism to save us and reconcile us to Himself.
The first step to discerning sound theology is being with God. You cannot truly know Him by reading what others have to say about Him. The result would be as if you studied a foreign culture instead of visiting it. You might know lots of facts about the culture, but until you have lived in it and experienced it, you do not truly know it.
Perspicuity (PER-spi-ku-i-tee) simply means that something is free from obscurity and easy to understand; it is the comprehensibility of clear expression. To say the Bible is perspicuous is to say that its truths are clear, accessible, and available.
The intensity of the storm we are in has challenged every bit of my theology. I find myself needing a remedial class in things I felt certain I understood.
And this is why I write…