by Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church – Balance in the Christian Life
Editor’s note: They say even a stopped watch is right twice a day, and so it is with Steven Anderson. This is actually decent advice for a change. Balance in life is important. But I’m guessing he disapproves of any reading material that isn’t the Bible or Biblical commentaries.
We live in a day of specialization, when we ought to strive to be general practitioners. What I mean by that is that we should try to achieve balance rather than going overboard in any one area of life. There are people who cultivate their brain and not their body, and there are others who get plenty of exercise yet don’t feed their mind. Some people will excel in an area such as art or music but can’t hold down a job because they lack practical skills. Ideally, we should get some smarts, get exercise, be musical, and work hard. Investing some time into each of these areas can help us to accomplish more for the Lord.
The best way to develop the mind is to read. You may not think reading is your thing, but you need to make it your thing because God gave us his word in written form. Ask God for wisdom, and then do your part by including reading as an important part of your daily routine.
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