Hit me with the simple stuff.
I can argue the Trinity. I can defend the sovereignty of God against all comers. I’m not afraid of the debate about predestination.
It’s the simple stuff I forget.
Earlier last week, a friend suggested a book to me, Shattered Dreams by Larry Crabb.
When it came Friday, I glanced at it quickly, a glance which included reading the first sentence:
“Three ideas fill my mind as I write this book. The first is this: God wants to bless us.“
That simple statement knocked me silly.
It is so simple, and yet do easily forgotten by some of us that God loves us and therefore intends to bless us.
All last night I kept repeating those four words to myself, and to my wife. What profound encouragement that is.
God wants to bless us. So simple. So profound. And, by me, so easily forgotten.