Stacy Reaoch | Category: Marriage, The Christian Life
This article was first published at Desiring God on August 2, 2016.
Recently I received an email from a single woman in her twenties asking for some advice. Her heart’s desire is to be married, but she doesn’t see any possibilities on the horizon. She spoke of her love for Jesus and her desire to pursue purity. That desire has kept her from indulging in the frivolous romantic relationships many young adults around her are enjoying.
Ben Reaoch | Category: Theology for Life
I remember as a kid visiting Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. It was nice walking into the cave in the heat of the summer because the cave is always a cool 54 degrees. One of the things I remember vividly is when the guide turned out all the lights. It was as dark as dark can be. You couldn’t see your hand if you put it right in front of your face. But then I remember the guide lighting one small match, and what a difference that made. There were dozens of us standing in a wide cavern, and just that little match seemed to light up the whole place.
Darkness can be oppressive. It’s debilitating. It’s frightening. But the light invades the darkness, bringing hope and freedom.
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