“Being able to stand up close to the gospel as your life’s work is beautiful, but it has dangers. There’s something about the more you see something, the less you really see it—the more you’re around something the less you celebrate it.” — Paul Tripp
In this roundtable discussion, Bryan Chapell, Paul Tripp, and Russell Moore discuss dangers that can creep into the lives and ministries of ministers who have served the Lord for years. They include familiarity that leads to a loss of awe, self-protectiveness, and choosing numbness to avoid being hurt.
Listen to their discussion here.