I am currently making my way through the book of Exodus in my Hebrew Bible. Or perhaps a better way to describe it is creeping my way through! Nevertheless, I just finished chapter five today and was struck by the last phrase. A very literal translation of 5:23 says, “Delivering,
I’m am currently reading and greatly enjoying Tullian Tchividjian’s latest book, Glorious Ruin: How Suffering Sets You Free. In the introduction, Tullian points out two typical, and unhelpful, ways people tend to respond to suffering 1. Moralizing. This happens when we look for what we or others may have done
A little over three years ago I lost my mother to breast cancer. That was definitely the most difficult experience of my life. There are no words to explain the grief of watching your mother fade away. To see the one you’ve lived so much life with lying there lifeless.