the sanctified muse
Category Archives: Acceptance
I’ve had a piece of metal in my hand for 10 years. I don’t remember how it happened, but I was working with something made of sheet metal and cut my hand open. At the time, I didn’t know I’d … Continue reading
Posted in Acceptance, Trust Tagged believe, change, Christ, discipleship, faith, follow, God, Jesus, pain, refinement, refiner's fire, sanctification, submission, suffering, surrender, trust 4 Comments
Salvation is more a matter of medicine than of law. God doesn’t want to be our judge. He wants us to go to the Doctor instead. Jesus is our Great Physician.
Posted in Acceptance Tagged acceptance, doctor, God, heavenly, Jesus, judge, law, medicine, redemption, salvation 2 Comments
I just finished watching The Impossible, a new film in which a youngish couple played by Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts bring their three boys to Indonesia and settle into a coastal bungalow just in time for the 2004 tsunami―the … Continue reading
Posted in Acceptance, Trust Tagged adversity, calamity, cataclysm, confidence, death, disaster, good, hardship, joy, life, loss, love, pain, peace, redemption, rescue, salvation, sorrow, sovereignty, triumph, trust, victory 2 Comments