Tag: C.S. Lewis

C.S. Lewis on Humility

This past Sunday, Pastor Aaron mentioned in the sermon the need for a genuine humility that acknowledges we are sinners in need of a gracious and holy God. One of the workbooks of spiritual exercises I created is called What’s Gone Wrong? It is an in depth look at what sin has done to us […]

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Bucket List Goals: God Overflowing!

“I don’t believe in God, but I miss him.” What a poignantly insightful and profoundly sad opening to a memoir by the atheist Julian Barnes (Nothing to Be Frightened Of). Here is another one, only from G.K. Chesterton: “He who does not believe in God, doesn’t believe in nothing, he believes in anything.” * Now […]

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Psalms of Joy

Joy is a hallmark of the Christian faith. You are made for joy. You are made to find joy in Christ. Rejoicing should be as automatic and natural as breathing. Here are three thoughts from C.S. Lewis about joy: “The whole of man is to drink joy from the fountain of joy.” (The Weight of […]

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