When I’m being a bad mom, I don’t need the false assurance that I’m doing the best I can. I need the hope that Jesus can cleanse me from my unrighteousness.
C.S. Lewis shines the light of Christian reflection on sin and temptation in revealing and disturbing ways.
Imagine the implications of this verse.
In this podcast, Sam Allberry talks about true discipleship and the overlooked cost and forgotten blessing of following Jesus his way rather than our own.
We’re better at these games than we think.