It is said that, when he was tempted to despair, Martin Luther would often say to his friend and co-worker, Philip Melanchthon, “Come, let us sing the forty-sixth psalm and let the devil do his worst!” It is advice we would do well to heed
God can either be a strong fortress and a help in need of trouble or an earth-melting enemy. He can either be your ally, taking care of your tomorrow, or your adversary, bringing you to a swift end. He can either be your friend, who
“Go to the ant, oh sluggard. Consider her ways and be wise.” Work is good. Our hearts are bad. Solomon’s wisdom instructs us to look to creation for help to fight the scourge of laziness.
If you own a smart phone, you are no doubt familiar with the concept of autocorrect. While the system is meant to be a positive feature, which (in theory) saves you the embarrassment of misspelled words, its reputation betrays a somewhat different reality. Most people