"Do you know that if at birth I had been able to make one petition, it would have been that I was born blind?" said the poet.
If you want to be known, served, and celebrated in community, you'll need to be challenged by that community. And that community will help you live the life you've always wanted.
"What X marks the spot for me?"
"As long as Christ hath it, believers shall not want."
The deal is all of Christ for all your nothing.
"Would I know the fullness and completeness of the salvation God has provided for sinners? Where shall I see it most distinctly?"
"If you will not let me live, then I will die."
Expositional preaching benefits the church because it elevates the Word of God and minimizes the opinions of the preacher.
While God certainly asks missionaries to pick up their life, leave everything, and go wherever, His call on His disciple's lives doesn't end there.
We want to encourage churches to sing songs that are theologically rich and coherent, gospel-centered, hope-instilling, and singable. Far too often we don’t know where to look for these songs. “What Should My Church Sing?” is a series of posts that will aim to grow your churches hymnody by pointing you to songs that we think your church should sing.