Consider God. Consider that God is the Lord of the universe. Consider that as Lord He owes no one anything--certainly not us. Consider moreover that we were enemies of God. Consider that hostility toward God festered in our minds daily. Consider that every day we actually invented new ways to disobey Him, in effect giving … Continue reading Consider.
Consider this familiar fairy tale, as told from a strictly grammatical-historical approach. Isn't the story so much better this way?* "The Frog Prince" by the Brothers Grimm One fine evening a young princess put on her bonnet and clogs, and went out to take a walk by herself in a wood [Now, scholars are not certain … Continue reading “The Frog Prince”–Told From A Grammatical-Historical Approach
My wife has been reading The Hidden Art of Homemaking by Edith Schaeffer, and in the book she encourages creativity in the home. Whether, drama, art, music, or writing, she explains the importance of putting our God-imaging creative powers to work for His Glory. Schaeffer encourages sketching on To-Do Lists, embellishing papers with filigree, having … Continue reading The Common Christ: An Original Poem