Bits & Pieces (7/2/12)

  • How Would You Like To Wear Your Joy? – ” The everlasting joy of the redeemed is complete. It satisfies every longing, every holy desire. This joy was in the fellowship of the Godhead before the creation of the world. And in the end, it will rest upon us, and make us able to enjoy him with his own joy.”


  • The Busy Trap – Written from a decidedly non-Christian perspective (Proverbs for one has a lot to see against this gentleman’s view on idleness) the thesis of this post about why people are choosing busy lives is interesting. (H/T)




  • Calvinism and Enjoyable Christian Experience – “[B]iblical theology that exalts God in His sovereign grace and glory opens the door for man to enter into a quite different order of reality. Here is offered the experience of, and delight in, the rich pleasures of restoration to fellowship with God, transformation into the likeness of Christ, and anticipation of being with Christ where He is in order to see Him in His glory (John 17:24).

What do you think?