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October 11, 2017

Paul David Tripp says this: “If God doesn’t rule your mundane, then he doesn’t rule you. Because that’s where you live.” ‘Dramatic, life-altering moments come only a few times during our lifetime—that’s why they’re dramatic. The rest of our lives are lived in the common, ordinary mundane. God can use the ordinary moments in your life to glorify himself by conforming you into the image of his Son. That is precisely what he intends to do.’

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October 4, 2017

“If you do not take an interest in the affairs of your government, then you are doomed to live under the rule of fools.” – Plato

Good and Angry

October 2, 2017

Final Thoughts, page 242

Indeed, how we think of him is of no importance except in so far as it is related to how he thinks of us. 

Good and Angry

October 2, 2017

Chapter 17, page 229

To actually believe that God rules for his glory and our welfare is to gain an unshakable foundation for trust and hope, in the midst of hellish torments, as well as amid the milder pains and disappointments.