The case against calmness

Calmness is common among those who are ignorant of impending disaster or approaching victory.

Calmness would be appropriate if there were nothing at stake.

Some Christians have said “faith is not a feeling” too many times. They mock spiritual passion and praise religious niceness.

Though the apostle Paul groaned, and all creation groans, we feel we don’t need to.

Calmness is appropriate for those who are not in love. Passion is appropriate for those who are in love.

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One Response to “The case against calmness”

  1. Barb Says:

    It is time to get excited! The Lord is going to
    return soon, and He is going to find lots of
    complacent Christians, I’m afraid.

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