Cling to God

“Problems should make us run to God, not run from him.” So I wrote to Darrin a few days ago. His wife has cancer. His mother-in-law, not the meekest of people, has been living with them for months, to lend a hand. His life is topsy-turvy. And he’s quit meeting with the saints. He says he needs some time to think. So I told him this was time to cling to God. In a symbolic act, the Lord told the prophet Jeremiah to buy a new linen loincloth and wrap it around his waist (Jeremiah 13). Scholars are not sure … Continue reading Cling to God