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One of the most challenging trials for believers during our pilgrimage through this dark and fallen world is truly to believe and rest in the love that God has for us. Sinclair Ferguson once noted that the experience of so many believers is the internalising of the thought, “He lovesContinue Reading

Sara de Moor writes: Shame: The intensely painful feeling or experience of believing that we are flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging. As Christians we believe that we—and this world—are flawed. We see evidence of brokenness all around us. This is the reality of living in a fallenContinue Reading

“Solitude produces melancholy” by Martin Luther “More and graver sins are committed in solitude than in the society of one’s fellow men. The devil deceived Eve in paradise when she was alone. Murder, robbery, theft, fornication, and adultery are committed in solitude, for solitude provides the devil with occasion andContinue Reading