Good Grief

Grief is a part of life. And there are many types of grief. In particular, I want to talk about the grief we feel over our sin. First of all, let me say that it is right and good that we feel grief over our sin. If you feel...
Christians sometimes think that if we could just get someone rich, powerful, and influential to turn to Christ, then the rest of the world will follow. Most of us have had these thoughts from time to time. If the right movie star or rock star or athlete or politician...
“The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working” (James 5:16). “If we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him” (1 John 5:15). If you pray for something, you’ll get it. Isn’t...
We all want to hear the voice of God. What is his will for my life? Should I buy this car? Marry this person? Attend this school? It makes sense that we’re looking for God’s voice in these things. We make so many decisions every day, and we don’t completely...
This is a weird post for me to write. I don’t presume to know anything about pastors’ wives. Or about women, for that matter. I am not a pastor, so there are many things I’ll never know about a pastor’s wife. But on the other hand, my detachment from...
This morning I read about Jesus as our high priest: “Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession. For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our...
Breakups are the worst. I doubt anyone is going to argue with me there. In some cases, the pain from breaking up is so intense that a person will vow to never date again. It leads some people to resolve never again to open up their heart to a...
Every person works to build his or her own kingdom. This affects all of our relationships, but the effect is compounded in a marriage relationship. In marriage you have two people who are each bent on meeting their own needs and getting what they want, living together in the...
At the request of one of our graduates, we are going to begin featuring a (not necessarily monthly) Book of the Month. Kelsey (the graduate) mentioned that she gained so much through her studies at Eternity, but now that she has graduated—and therefore is not being forced to read...
How do you identify yourself? In my previous post, I made a brief observation about the way we identify ourselves: “You’re not defined by your sin. You shouldn’t identify yourself based on the sins you struggle with.” I want to take this post to explore that concept in greater...
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