Season 2 The Whole Counsel
Psalm 119 IV - The Practical Balance of Dependence and Duty
Season 1, Episode 15 • 20m
We often speak of balance in the Christian life on our podcast. That is especially true this week as we discuss the balance of dependence and action, heart and will. We are called to live holy lives, but we can only do that by leaning wholly on Christ. But there is danger in this reality because the enemy is always present with a lie. He whispers that we shouldn’t pursue holiness because it is impossible for us to do anything that pleases God. But to answer this question, and to pray that God will establish our way, we must look to Scripture alone. Oh that my ways may be established To keep Your statutes! Psalm 119:5.
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