The Foes of Joy: Duty

"Is duty a bad thing? No, it's not a bad thing. But it can only take you so far. If you want romance, duty won't reach."

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The Foes of Joy: Comparison

“Comparison is the thief of joy.” That was the maxim of Theodore Roosevelt, a good one at that.  But Comparison, I'm learning, is not a loud enemy. It sneaks; it is often a thief indeed, coming "in the night" so to speak. It is not the kind that busts out windows with guns blazing. It… Continue reading The Foes of Joy: Comparison

The Foes of Joy: Introduction

“Man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” The Westminster Shorter Catechism is clear on this point. This is what precisely makes us Evangelical in our theology and practice. To live a life that finds joy in glorifying God supremely. At the center of our dogma, then, lies the concept of Christian… Continue reading The Foes of Joy: Introduction