Spiritual Lust: An Infection In American Christianity

We live in a society in which we have movies on demand, instant hot water, meals in minutes through microwave technology, we are immediately connected with hundreds of people through social media, and we have endless libraries of information instantaneously at our fingertips through the internet. The problem arises when we demand these same instant results in our walk with the Lord. It is spiritual lust, and it is an infection in American Christianity.

What Constrains You?

Today’s post is taken from Oswald Chambers’ My Utmost For His Highest, February 4th entry. I received this devotional as a graduation gift in high school, and my wife and I began going through it this year. As you read, focus on what Paul and Chambers are saying, and ask yourself “What constrains me?” – My personal opinion? My desires? My political stance? Or is it Christ and Christ alone?

Christ In The Canyon: The Canyon

Christ is everywhere. We can see Him in all things, if only we will look. We all know that the Grand Canyon is the largest canyon in the United States. It’s little brother, Palo Duro Canyon, is right in my “backyard.” My wife and I have been visiting it quite often recently, and as I’ve looked around I see Christ everywhere. This series will be my attempt to illuminate Christ throughout the canyon for you.