The Fatherhood of God should shape, form and order the fatherhood of man.
This year we commemorate the 500th anniversary of Luther’s great Christmas hymn, “We Praise You, Jesus, At Your Birth.”
Dreher’s despair suggests that he was hoping for much more out of this world than it will give.
Rest is necessary. But as Christians, we see other people as central to our vocation, rather than obstacles to our happiness.
God never promises worldly success or wealth or fame. What He promises is far better.