Embracing my seminary challenges one day at a time…

Seminary has a tendency to break our faith into a million pieces and putting them back together can be more challenging than seminary itself. This is my third year of battle here at RTS and after this war is over I am going to enter another battle and I assume I will always be in one battle or another until death does me part (pun intended). Greek II has me reconsidering the significance of pastoring one day. If as Dr. Mark Futato has said: ” Reading a translation is like kissing a bride through a veil,” then there will need to be a passionate commitment to study the languages now and time to come. John Frame is once again framing my theological commitments by stressing that our thoughts and even pattern of thought need to be affected by our worldview, which is a gift from God (Eph.2:8-9). The old gospel song, “One day at a time sweet Jesus…” comes pressing the undeniable Christus’ line: “Do not worry about tomorrow, for sufficient is this day.”

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