Tim Keller on “Dark Times”

As Keller explains, there is no such thing as “objective” abandonment for Christians. Only Christ was actually abandoned by the Father. Therefore, all that remains is “subjective” abandonment. In other words, though we may feel abandoned by God (feel = subjective), it is never the case (objective).

Job: An Honest Look at the End of His Story

Recently, I had a conversation with a friend and Job came up in conversation. In American Christianity, we, like our culture, want things bigger and better and flashier and faster and busier. Because of our infatuation (lust) with wealth, prosperity, and comfort, we love to ask any opportunity we get to ask for a “doubleContinue reading “Job: An Honest Look at the End of His Story”

By Kerr Howell: “The Affliction Brings Forth the Experience”

2 Corinthians 1:6: The Affliction Brings Forth The Experience “If We Are Afflicted, It Is For Your Comfort And Salvation; And If We Are Comforted, It Is For Your Comfort, Which You Experience When You Patiently Endure The Same Sufferings That we Suffer.” Paul confidently trusts in the sovereignty of God and His hand. HeContinue reading “By Kerr Howell: “The Affliction Brings Forth the Experience””