God knows more truly than we do the events of the day, and what purpose He has to work them all to the good for those who love Him and are called according to His purpose.
I wonder what it would be like if we believed that it was impossible for us to really conceal the truth – not only from God, but also from one another.
Good communication has to do with more than sending little packets of information through the air and assuming they made it to their destination intact just because we know what we sent.
Honesty is about more than just what we do say. Vulnerability is comprised also of the things we do not say because we do not need to say them – things that go without saying.
America is divided on seemingly every question of truth and morality. As a result, what is meant by being polite or rude can be relied on to differ as well.
As I have with the 100th and 200th episode, so also now with the 300th – let’s recap the most popular content, and explore what has resonated and why I think it has more than the rest.
In our current social and political circumstance, direct communication feels harder than ever. People are too easily offended. The truth is not rightly understood or prioritized.
The Lord is helping me to realize that curbing my own unnecessary and inappropriate irritation necessitates doing all I can about what is actually my part in all this.
By God’s grace, we can study to show ourselves approved workmen who need not be ashamed. We can be more intentional in our speech and conduct. We can do good instead of evil, and speak truth instead of falsehoods
What is freedom of speech, and is there a biblical principle supporting what we commonly refer to as our right to free speech? Unless we are dumb in the literal sense, we have the ability. We also have the responsibility. Yet freedom is not without reasonable constraint or consequence. And all things being permissible does…