WiW: Bits and Pieces

I have officially discovered that highlighting something on Facebook using Diigo accomplishes exactly…nothing. So the great quote I had (that I can’t remember who posted) is lost.

So here’s a modge-podge of other quotes:

“RT @BurkParsons God doesn’t accept me just as I am, he loves me despite how I am; he loves me just as Jesus is.”
~Powlison, retweeted by Nateoh

Love this. So true. God doesn’t accept my sin–He paid for it. He doesn’t just look over my sin–He gave me His righteousness instead.

“The fact that the infinite, omnipotent, eternal Son of God could become man and join himself to a human nature forever, so that infinite God became one person with finite man, will remain for eternity the most profound miracle and the most profound mystery in all the universe.”
~Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology

Almost incomprehensible, the Incarnation is. But I am so thankful that the Son forever became fully man, while remaining fully God, that I might no longer be estranged from God.

And, somewhat off the topic, this week I taught my 2nd and 3rd graders about God’s justice and mercy, the penal substitution, and explained how Jesus didn’t physically “go to hell”.

The kids were tracking. I think we underestimate what they can learn.

My dad, however, commented: “So when are they going to give you fifth, sixth, eighth graders?”

No idea, but whatever age I get, I’m going to keep pounding home my point, like a broken record: the gospel is on every page of Scripture.

The Week in Words

Don’t forget to take a look at Barbara H’s meme “The Week in Words”, where bloggers collect quotes they’ve read throughout the week.

1 thought on “WiW: Bits and Pieces”

  1. Sometimes I think we get too used to the Incarnation and lose the wonder of it. Quotes like Grudem’s help remind us how unfathomable and wondrous it is.

    The first one is a good perspective as well.

    Keep teaching those kids good doctrine!!! So good that they’re getting grounded in the Word at an early age.


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