The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …


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In his Proverbs commentary, Derek Kidner says, “The wise man will learn while there is time. He knows that the sluggard is no freak, but as often as not, an ordinary man who has made too many excuses, too many refusals and too many postponements. It has all been as imperceptible, and as pleasant, as falling asleep.” Laziness isn’t loud and abrasive. We don’t often notice it in ourselves or those around us. But with all the ease of our culture, we may be quietly drifting off to sleep in the cradle of laziness. “Watch and pray that you may not enter into temptation.” Look to Christ and invite him to redeem your life and to redeem your time.

Kevin DeYoung provides us with the notes of a friend’s sermon. It is worth reading the whole thing, not least because it is painfully accurate.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Friday 3 June 2011 at 08:24

Posted in Christian living

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