“I’m really excited about this spreadsheet.”
I actually said those words yesterday. And I meant it. I am really excited about that spreadsheet.
Sometimes being an adult is boring and a little bit sad. I never would have dreamed I’d say those words or mean them so passionately. But then, I also never would have imagined that “adulting” would be used in everyday language as an acceptable verb (though I’m really happy to see that my computer rejects it as a real word as denoted by the red squiggly line underneath it as I type).
Times change. People change. Nations change. Groups change. Organizations change. Everything and everyone changes, even if just a little. Except One. Here’s where I would normally wax eloquent about our great God’s immutability, but since I’ve already done that, I’ll let you go read that article for yourself. When you’re finished, come back and enjoy your week in review (kind of):
- Most Christians know by now that former author and pastor Josh Harris has walked away from the faith. Here are thoughts from R. Scott Clark and Carl Trueman.
- Well, did He?
- After seeing (and agreeing with) this article, I remembered this and am compelled to share it with you. I’m sorry.
- Thoughts on darkness and light.
- Speaking of darkness.
- Here’s your weekly dose of adorable.
- On hesed .
- I’d love to go to this conference, but it’s a bit far for me to travel.
- I hope you enjoy these short biographies by Simonetta Carr as much as I do!
- I’ve said it before, but I am really looking forward to this book.
In prayer it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart.John Bunyan