God’s highest desire and his maximally glorifying world

Yesterday, I wrote an post suggesting that God was more glorified by the fact that a Joel Osteen sermon was preached than were it not.

Don’t trust your feelings, even your worst duffer sermons bring glory to God

I was talking with my wife ahead of Sunday about my sermon this week. My overriding feeling was that it was a bit of a

Believe in God and do what you want

I have had four separate conversations this week all circling around the same essential issue: knowing God’s will in some matter or other. In each

God doesn’t need us to evangelise, but he wants us to anyway

I had a chat a little while ago with somebody about whether God needs us to do evangelism. I said he didn’t; they said he

Get sovereignty right & the rest falls into place

Let me say it from the front end: I think understanding God’s ultimate sovereignty over all things is one of the key doctrines that unlocks

Depression slays the idol of productivity

You might have seen that a book I edited on ministering in the midst of depression is shortly coming out. If you didn’t see that,

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