I want us to consider a certain question in light of these realizations, as the third entry in the Alliance for Responsible Citizenry survey has come to my attention in recent weeks.
Encourage young men and women to get married, as young as is practicable in their adult years, and have children together they will raise together in stable, loving, God-fearing homes
With SVB, DEI, and ESG, we should remember that to fashion new deities is to seek co-equal authority with the Most High – an exceedingly dangerous kind of hubris.
Not for no reason are we expecting our ninth. Ever since we said our vows back in November of 2006, we have resolved to keep Genesis 9:7 and Psalm 127:4 at the fore of our thinking.
We see what a healthy practice of fasting for the Christian is, then, in part, by being told what it is not. And sometimes that is a part of knowing what is true and good generally.
Thus, and just so, we should come to the “Good Faith Debates” episode from TGC exploring whether Christian parents in America should send their kids to public school.
If we had been among that people, at that moment, when Moses said that thing to Aaron, and then the glory of Yahweh appeared in a cloud, we likely would have wanted to be anywhere else.
My goodness, how the Israelites grumbled against Moses and Aaron, and against Yahweh their God who had so delivered them, and was in the process of executing a yet-greater redemption of His people.
It’s important for the Christian to know the character of the generation he hails from, and what generation preceded him, as well as what sort might follow after him.
Where God Himself said He would harden Pharaoh’s heart, so that he would not listen to them, so that God could display His power to Egypt, and Israel, do some find fault with God?