In the “Books I Like” section on the left, you’ll note that I’ve recently read “The Story Of Asbury Theological Seminary.”
I loved it.
But I’m weird. And a devoted alum.
Anyway, I read that Henry Clay Morrison, the founding president of the school, once said that he “would not settle for mediocre in [his] relationship with God.”
What are the ways I’ve settled for mediocrity in my relationship with God? My prayers? My Scripture reading? My level of trust in crisis?
How about you? Do you settle for mediocrity or pursue intimacy?
I can think of no better way to prepare for Good Friday and Easter than to discard mediocrity and run after intimacy in our relationship with God.