An Inauguration of Theological Digressions

Welcome to the inaugural post of Theological Digressions!  The project itself is multiple years of desire in the making and about a year of attempting to realize it.  If this is the first post that you have seen from Theological Digressions, we humbly and excitedly welcome you as we embark on this project and hope and pray that the content you find within is edifying, helpful, exhorting, encouraging, and excellent.

Our longing is to honor the Lord in each and every post and to bring attention to His Holy and Inerrant Word and the reality that it brings all that we need for “life and godliness (1 Peter 1:3)”  Whether that is through the careful exposition of His Word, bring attention to other excellent Christian writers, drawing out quotes, understanding the world we live in, and countless general things, we pray that God be honored and glorified in that.  As such, we have an inaugural prayer for this blog and hope you are as excited as we are as we  lay the foundation of Theological Digressions.

Heavenly and Gracious Father,

            You have seen fit to grant gifts to your people and you have given us an opportunity to write.  May our typing honor and glorify you, we ask that all aspects of this blog and project of Theological Digressions bring you pleasure and glory and honor.  May those who read see your greatness and grow deeper in their love, reverence, worship, faith, maturity, and longing for you.  May we be pens in the hand of the Divine Author and may you receive all glory.  We do not want any aspect of it, we write for you and for you alone.  Give us the words to say, words to speak, and the words to write for you and if this project deviates from focusing and submitting to you then soften our hearts to return to our first love and do as you see fit.  We love you, Lord and long for others to love and know you too.

In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ we pray, Amen.

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