The Top Five Regrets of the Dying

 Below is from a post by Susie Steiner. I found it quite thought provoking and an encouragement to consider "reverse engineering" my life.  _____________________________________________________________________ Bronnie Ware is an Australian nurse who spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives... [She] writes of the phenomenal clarity of … Continue reading The Top Five Regrets of the Dying

Four Views Concerning the Relationship Between “Church and State”

In my study for this coming Sunday's message on Romans 13:1-7, "Citizenship in the City of Man," I have been reading John Stott's commentary on Romans. In his comments on chapter thirteen, he distinguishes four historic views concerning the relationship between the church and state.   He writes, “Relations between church and state have been … Continue reading Four Views Concerning the Relationship Between “Church and State”

Do Not Fear the Judaizers

In his book, The Cross Centered Life, C.J. Mahaney says that there are three ways that my heart gets drawn away from having the gospel/cross central in my life:legalism, condemnation and subjectivism. Legalism is basing my relationship with God on my performance. Condemnation is being more focused on my sin than on God’s grace Subjectivism is basing my view … Continue reading Do Not Fear the Judaizers