Ungodliness   1 comment

“Ungodliness may be defined as living one’s everyday life with little or no thought of God, or of God’s will, or of God’s glory, or of one’s dependence on God. You can readily see, then, that someone can lead a respectable life and still be ungodly in the sense that God is essentially irrelevant in his or her life… Now, the sad fact is that many of us who are believers tend to live our daily lives with little or not thought of God. We may even read our Bibles and pray for a few minutes at the beginning of each day, but then we go out into the day’s activities and basically live as though God doesn’t exist. We seldom think of our dependence on God or our responsibility to Him. We might go for hours iwth no thought of God at all. In that sense, we are hardly different from our nice, decent, but unbelieving neighbor. God is not at all in his thougths and is seldom in ours.” — Jerry Bridges, Respectable Sins


Posted May 2, 2009 by Mitchell J. Kim in Uncategorized

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  1. nice…good reminder and conviction for the contents and ins-n-outs of my daily life. not to get all log-in-the-eye….but this is a great quote to share in my small group. i’ve been praying for them about a few related things…Jerry Bridges puts it perfectly. thanks for posting the quote “(transcontinental) big bro”.

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