It’s true. The evidence is overwhelming. It is everywhere. I am getting married. I don’t know exactly when, but I am. And most importantly, I know whom I’m marrying. And my future husband knows me so well. He loves me. And you can’t stop it. I am having the most amazing wedding in history. I … More I am getting married!
When we were kids, our memories used to be exercised frequently. Think of it– how many of your friends’ and relatives’ phone numbers did you memorize? We had almost no choice-it was either memorizing them or walking around with a mini phone book. Usually the latter wasn’t a practical idea. A long time has passed … More Treasures in the ocean
Here’s the next set of quotes I took from Paul David Tripp’s conference. You can find the first set here. “If you’re God’s child, your life doesn’t belong to you” “God’s work is the work of change for His glory” “I get angry because I don’t value what God is doing in this particular situation. … More Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands II
Have you ever heard yourself saying, “If I…”? Then this one is for you 🙂 … More Enemies of Contentment: “If…”
A few weeks ago we had Paul David Tripp at a conference by the same name as this book. Today I want to review with you some quotes I took from his conferences. I hope that you find them helpful and edifying. … More Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands I
I’m sure all of us have an ideal plan in our heads of how things should go in our lives. For most of us, something in the back of our minds tells us that life should be run on our specific timeline. For instance, I will graduate from college when I’m 23 Land a good … More Enemies of contentment: Our ideal timing
A few helpful definitions on contentment. I LOVED the last one by Sinclair Ferguson 😀 … More The attractive pearl of contentment