Like Job and his friends, I am often tempted to explain God’s actions through the lens of my assured theological assumptions. I am afraid of saying “I don’t know” to tough questions. But the book of Job makes me less quick to offer assured answers.
Without a break-wall, disaster is only a storm away.
We have a lot to learn from the global church in how to follow God in our current time.
In all the chubby glory of his toothless grin and dimpled cheeks, he desperately needs Jesus to save him. If not, those beautiful feet can only run him away from God.
It isn’t wise to go about moving fences unless you realize why that fence was there in the first place.