Whether we realize it or not too many of us grew us there.
I have been working for quite some time on my other blog (improvethequality.com) and I had completely dropped the ball in regard to //godfidence. It is my intention to bring it back on line and being posting again.
So for the two of you that may see this I hope you will keep dropping by to see what is happening on a spiritual front for me.
My wife grew up listening to a series of records staring Psalty the singing song book and because of her love for this series she has purchased them for my daughter and Alora loves them. I however do not. I dislike them, not in the same way I do all of the other kids shows but because this “Christian” character teaches bad doctrine. One of the songs chorus goes “With Jesus I’ll do my best he’ll do the rest,” it is talking about things like climbing a mountain using Phil 4:13 as the refrain.
I want my daughters to realize that you can do nothing on your own. Our total inability keeps us from pleasing God on our own. It isn’t about some sort of moralism where we do our best and Jesus makes up the delta in our righteousness. We are completely incapable of doing any thing in the way of righteous and it is only because of the imputed righteousness of Christ that we are acceptable in the eyes of God. Much like our beloved vegetable shaped characters they only teach that you have to be good. It is a moralism that will damn you to hell just as fast as any unrepentant sin. As my friend Scott said “There is a non-smoking virgin section of hell” and without the Gospel far too many “Christians” are heading there.
Am I being too much of a freak? Or should I be worried that I am setting a poor foundation that I will have to rebuild later?