One of the more popular maxims of today’s Church is ‘let go and let God’.
This is a relatively recent saying. Its origin is unclear; regardless, John MacArthur says this equivalent of ‘Don’t worry, be happy’ is unbiblical. 426 more words
William Blake, writing in the eighteenth century, was an unusual fellow (see his drawing) and a great poet, combining in his person and poetry a certain childlikeness that catches you off guard with its pointedness, like a child’s penetrating stare, a sharp goad to the smug and self-righteous. 284 more words
Satan’s Devices to keep souls from holy duties, to hinder souls in holy services, to keep them off from religious .
1. By presenting the world in such a garb as to ensnare the soul: 206 more words
We can forgive those that have hurt us- because our God is sovereign.
The Lord requires that we forgive our enemies; that we forgive the people that have injured us (Matthew 6:14; Colossians 3:13). 549 more words
There is no Puritan writer that I enjoy reading more than Thomas Watson.
Watson’s book All Things for Good (Amazon kindle $0.99) has been a source of devotional delight for me personally over the past several weeks as he spends the entire book unpacking Romans 8:28, “… And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” 514 more words