Part 3: God Is Not Quite Enough
If someone asked us point blank if we thought God was “enough,” we would say, “Of course! He’s all I need.”
But our lives tell another story.
My marriage needs Jesus and for my spouse to shape up and make me happy.
My children need to know the Lord and to have the latest gadgets, excel in school, and be popular with their peers.
I need the wisdom of God’s Word and the advice of self-help books and that psychologist on television. Continue reading
Part 1 of this series –> (3 Myths Christians Believe—Part 1)
Part 2: God Can’t/Won’t Use Me—I’m Too Flawed
I’m convinced that this is one of the biggest lies/myths Christians believe. And there’s even a touch of pride in believing it—like we’re being all modest and noble: I’m just not qualified. Someone else will do a better job. My past is kind of, um, a mess. Continue reading
The last days and weeks in the good ‘ole USA have been, um…unusual. Unsettling. Worthy of serious hand-wringing.
Many Christians have soul-sighed, “Oh, for cryin’ out loud. Why don’t those sinners just stop, you know, sinning? Come on, Lord…repair those reprobates and all will be right with the world.”
Which leads us to the first myth or falsehood we as Christians sometimes believe: Continue reading