From the blog this week: True, Lasting Refreshment
“Some people love it, others deeply despise it. I’ve learned over the years since embracing the doctrines held within it, that much of the rejection of Reformed Theology is rooted in misunderstandings regarding what it teaches.” This is an ongoing series, see also part 2 and part 3.
“They feed off of unsuspecting people who seek the light of understanding. It is their particular specialty to entrap such people at vulnerable moments with lies and half-truths.”
“As much as we joke about the unbelievable events of 2020, underneath it all I think we’re wrestling with questions. We know the goodness of the Lord because we’ve seen and felt it. We’ve seen the Lord answer prayers, offer protection, provision, and growth. It’s precisely because we’ve witnessed the Lord move that makes it harder when it looks like he isn’t. “