Here, Trevin Wax notes, “Surely we don’t want to become the people described by Jesus—honoring God with our lips while our hearts are far from him. But this desire for sincerity and passion can lead us to prioritize whatever is new, often at the expense of the old. And here we go too far, for repetition is one of the most formative elements of spiritual development.”
In this post, David Mathis makes the case for the seriousness of morning devotions saying, “Ordinary devotions are nothing less than war.”
This is a helpful post by Brett McCracken where he highlights some subtle ways we may be pinning for respectability at the expense of others.