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.
That’s the task of preaching. Not building an imposing and impressive wall each and every Sunday, but simply laying one brick at a time and laying it straight and square.
The battle for ideas is raging in the West, but the battle lines have fallen in strange places.
Odessa is unlike any of the other cities I’ve lived in In Odessa, a remarkable number of people feel “out of place,” like they don’t really belong here.
Pastor, when you took on the responsibility of pastoring a congregation, you took on a position of leadership. Don’t allow yourself to get caught up in the blame game.