Jason Meyer writes about how pastoral ministry was becoming a burden to him, but Jonathan Edwards’s theology of joy helped him thrive.
— Read on www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/jonathan-edwards-save-ministry/
I’ve created a new bogging site without ads. I find that I often run across web articles or sites that I find interesting or that I believe help me to grow as a Christian. In the past I posted these sites on my free WordPress site and referred to them there when I wanted to review them. I did not advertise this blogging site, as I was using it mostly for my own reference. Today I decided to increase my presence in order to glorify God’s name and encourage other believers.
I will continue to link to articles and sites that I believe can help me and other believers. If you find this site helpful, encourage your friends to look. If you find this site distasteful, let me know (please be specific concerning what about this site disturbs you). I promise I will consider each person’s input.
The first question of the Westminster Shorter Catechism asks, “What is man’s chief end?” The answer – “Man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy him forever.” This is my plan and my purpose.