Bits & Pieces (6/11/12)

June 11, 2012 — Leave a comment

 

  • When Are We Going to Grow Up? – This article looks at the juvenilization of the American church and reveals that “[j]uvenilization tends to create a self-centered, emotionally driven, and intellectually empty faith.” If that’s the case, what does it say about the overall state of the church in America? (H/T)

 

  • Why Are We So Busy? – Pascal said that the answer to this question was because we want to be. Are we finding satisfaction in diversion which is leading to distracted lives?

 

  • Remembering Who You Are – What’s wrong with saying “I’m just a sinner saved by grace?” Trevin Wax’s grandfather taught him.

 

  • God’s Good Work – Randy Alcorn writes, “If we see God as he really is, as he is revealed in Scripture, we can trust in his loving sovereignty even in life’s greatest hardships.”

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