I had lunch with an old friend from college today who was holding on to a broken-hearted joy. For many years, two of his children have been wandering in far countries, like prodigals aiming at pig styes. Two children who had left the fold and with it, despite all of my friend and his wife’s … More Holding on to Broken-hearted Joy
Sunday Musings I referred to Dr. Ferguson’s book in an earlier post this week and recommended it as a great read for all of us. I was privileged to have Sinclair Ferguson for a Th.M. class on the Westminster Confession some years ago and have been a fan of his preaching and writing ever since. In … More Running to the Wonderful Counselor
Wednesday is for Thinking Meditation on Isaiah 9:6 Some years ago, I was counseling with a man who was crushed in spirit. As we talked, it was becoming clear to me that he was living with a monster. He had neglected his wife for the duration of his marriage and now he was finding out … More Wonderful Counselor, What Does it Mean?