God will not suffer man to have a knowledge of things to come; for if he had prescience of his prosperity, he would be careless; and if understanding of his adversity, he would be desparing and senseless.
I'm not sure there is any way I could document this, but I suspect that the greatest fear that haunts evangelical parents is that their children will not follow in their footsteps, ...[Read More]
I once read about farmers in southern Alabama who were accustomed to planting one crop every year--cotton. They would plow as much ground as they could and plant their crop. Year after ...[Read More]