I begin with a recent story. This past Saturday Hannah and I made our trek back home from a week of wonderful vacation in the Northeast. We had a wonderful time exploring New York City, Boston, and Maine. But all good things must come to an end, and this good thing, well, let’s just say … Continue reading Learning In Unanswered Prayers
It’s the age-old dilemma of the Christian life: “I just wish I knew God’s will for my life.” You’ve been there…probably this week, right? Questions surrounding your job, your purpose, or just a situation that seems to bring much stress with minimal clarity. We say, “Your will be done,” but not because we trust His … Continue reading Looking for God’s Will? He’s Already Told You.
But we must so cherish moderation that we do not try to make God render account to us, but so reverence his secret judgments as to consider his will the truly just cause of all things. When dense clouds darken the sky, and a violent tempest arises, because a gloomy mist is cast over our … Continue reading John Calvin on God’s Secret Judgments