New article on desiring God: Christian, Your Pain Is Never Punishment "... we must never presume to know God’s intent for someone in anguish. God has an infinite capacity to effect goodness in the midst of our inequity."
Green-gray swells billow, unmoor me from shifting earth. Lapis and slate crash, spill, scour the sky until horizon fades into vapor, vanishes. My lungs boil with brine. I claw the deepening dark only to grasp ice and salt, wisps of ghost trails through my fingers. Sin-clad, I sink, plummet toward that gulf with no memory, that fatherless tomb. Yet gleaming metal slices... Continue Reading →