Consequences are the hardest debts I pay. Continue reading a word of hope
The sobering reality of Lent is that we have sinned. Our righteousness amounts to nothing. We are unclean and undone. We can’t even give up a doughnut when it comes right down to it. Continue reading what God gave up for Lent
It was His final, fully human deed. Continue reading a word of affection, #3
Consequences are the hardest debts I pay. Continue reading a word of hope, #2
Just so you know, “too cool” is a song from Disney’s Camp Rock, where Meaghan Jette Martin’s character sings
Yeah I’m too cool
To know you
Don’t take it personal
Don’t get emotional
You know it’s the truth
I’m too cool for you
Too cool is also a tag team in professional wrestling.
And sadly, it’s also the mantra of the post-emergent church, where indie music and sermons about sex are the wrong answer to the question about declining interest by young people.
“You see that cross and him who bled thereon! Stand still and look that way, and your burden shall fall from your shoulders. Where Jesus died, you shall live. Where Christ was wounded, you shall be healed.” C.H. Spurgeon