Choice is integral to life in the West. We take it for granted generally, but when it comes to salvation we often miss the point. It is so easy in the hustle and bustle of the end-of-year busyness to lose our joy in the Lord.
In times of uncertainty, we have a certain hope in our God of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
When we experience painful affliction, we often ask, why? At other times, we just give up in despair. Paul felt all this as he wrote to the also troubled Corinthian church. He tells us, through his letter to them, that there is powerful, gospel purpose
“With great power comes great responsibility.” This popular saying summarises what Paul teaches in Galatians 5:13–15. The Galatians had been freed from maintaining certain Jewish practices; they were justified by faith apart from works. We learn from this that we are not to use our