Recently my Bible reading plan took me through the book of Judges. Judges 2:10 and 2:11 describe a link between the idolatry of God’s people and the sin of God’s people.
While many church-going folks would have some familiarity with the phrase “plan of salvation,” few of us have ever stopped to think about a “plan of damnation.”
I’m convinced that Americans in the twenty-first century are the most selfish people.
As I talk to regular pastors, I think some have overly optimistic expectations and some have overly pessimistic expectations.
Recently I came across a wonderful quote in AW Pink’s An Exposition of Hebrews.
Take care, and be on your guard against all covetousness, for one’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.
If you’ve paid attention over the last 18 months, you know that the “science” of COVID has changed. It’s changed a lot.
At best, the liberal approach to this crisis of culture will always and only be reactionary in attempting to remedy the consequences of the worldview that causes people to live “life at the bottom.”
If your pastor preaches expository sermons, walking his congregation through a particular passage of Scripture, he carries a heavy burden when he steps into the pulpit.