Often times in today’s swirling world, we, especially teenage couples, use the phrase “I love you” after being in a relationship for only two days. Feelings are hardly the same after the break up, and both parties deny the good side of the other, focusing only on the person’s negative aspects.
What are your priorities? Have you asked yourself this question lately? I found this article by Robert Fudge touching a nerve.
Study or pray—that is the question. As biblical scholars where are we drawn to find kinship with God? For most believers, the answer is clear: pray regularly and sincerely. For those of us who invest ourselves into biblical and theological research, pouring over books being intellectually and spiritually mined for a closer understanding of God in some particular aspect of his character, his ways, and his book, the answer can get complicated.