Recovering “Oh!” In Gospel Proclamation

Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments and how inscrutable his ways! (Romans 11:33) The word “Oh” is short, but weighty. Have you thought about it? It carries many connotations. “Oh” is sometimes a way of communicating surprise, for example. A waiter informs us they… More Recovering “Oh!” In Gospel Proclamation

The Digest (Aug 6–12)

In Praise of Gaye Clark (And Others Like Her) Thabiti Anyabwile (The Gospel Coalition) “Clark received the withering criticism so easily thrown at people online, but proved herself better than most of her detractors by listening, replying kindly, and eventually removing the piece. When I learned she’d decided to remove the piece (a move I respect… More The Digest (Aug 6–12)

Prayer Necessities

I have been thinking a lot about prayer lately. Last week I wrote about the difficulty of unanswered prayers, and how they become for our good in many ways. Today I turn to the simple concept of prayer itself, and making adequate time for it in our lives. “I have so much to do that… More Prayer Necessities