In retrospect, it really wasn't for me or for my son. But I do believe that the content is very helpful--for men who have already struggled and fallen into sexual sins. If this is you, or you know someone who is struggling, you can recommend this 90-day devotional as a great starting tool for men who want to begin again with purity.Read More
What is the Christian life supposed to look like? Once we’re saved (justification), then we spend the rest of our lives on Earth being changed, living out our salvation in our everyday lives (sanctification). The Holy Spirit comes to live in us, and He convicts us, encourages us, teaches us, comforts us, and slowly changes us into the image of Jesus (Romans 8:29). But it’s easy for us task-oriented believers to get bogged down in checking off the lists in our Christian lives.Read More
Philippians 4:8: “Whatever is pure…think on these things.”
If we are to “take every thought captive” (2 Cor. 10:5, NASB), then we need to know what kinds of things deserve to be let in. Everything else gets entry refused. Philippians 4:8 gives us a checklist of descriptions about things we should be thinking: true, honorable, just, pure, lovely, worthy to be repeated, virtuous, and praiseworthy. Today we will be looking at the fourth in this list: pure.
What does the word pure really mean? How can we ingest thoughts and images that are pure? And is it really that important?Read More
In this media-rich, information-overloaded society we’re now living in, I believe that keeping our thoughts disciplined is extremely critical. I also think it’s the easiest thing to overlook and its importance most easily dismissed. Let’s take a deeper look at Philippians 4:8.Read More