That would be my l-o-s-t week, and not my l-a-s-t week.
As in, God sovereignly ordered my week last week in such a way that the computer was used for only the barest of essentials (study and critical emails), and virtually nothing else, including my blog.
Several months ago, I decided that I needed to be more disciplined with the practice of writing, and since I already had a blog, it seemed logical to use that format. So I made a concerted effort to post a variety of blogs several times a week. While keeping a Challies-like schedule might be a goal, it did not seem to be either a worthy or realistic goal for me.
But I sure had no intention of missing 6-8 days (unless I was on vacation or in a hospital bed, or the like). But I did.
But now I’m back, and hopefully with some worthwhile posts this week. I’m hoping to get to these topics this week:
- a review of Steve Lawson’s latest book, The Unwavering Resolve of Jonathan Edwards
- some thoughts about spirituality and technology and whether the twain shall meet in them
- what God teaches people while they wait
- a grab bag of links that I’ve been slowly accumulating
- an overdue response and some more comprehensive thoughts on the ongoing discussion, “Catholics, the Pope, and justification” (and comments)
Keep watching. All these things, and more (I hope), are coming this week.