I actually thought I had already posted a review of this book awhile back so I kept rereading it from time to time. It's that Good! It's a reminder that pride can get in the way of our views. The way we think we are viewed is sometimes distorted by our pride. We need to be humble about things and let's remember that pride IS a sin, so why would we not expect it to interfere with our lives?
Humble Orthodoxy pulls us back to a simpler way of thinking so that we can see situations more clearly. When we have other concerns or past experiences in our closest memories, we tend to ignore some of the more obvious things in front of us and we also tend to make more of things as well. We have a tendency to complicate our lives more than we should.
Biblical principles should be the only thing we base our lives on and forgiveness and clear minds should be automatic to us if we want to be best informed.
I got this book free in exchange for my review from Waterbrook/Multnomah Publishing Group.
- Anthem, Arizona, United States
- I'm a caregiver to my husband who is permanently disabled. Life can be a bit challenging when it's not really about me at all. I've got two boys, 18 and 3 and they're both an added handful. I spend my spare time trying to keep from being bored and try to make it about me, life and socializing with others about how they spend their time. Hence, the birth of this blog!
- ► 2012 (12)