Yes.

Great article by Larry Osborne on the problem with putting our foot, as preachers, on the accelerator at all times:

Drive-By Guiltings and other Hazards of Overzealous Preaching

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  1. Jack Brooks says:

    Pres. Mcquilkin of CBC once complained that he disapproved of the hymn Prone to wander, Lord I feel it; prone to leave the One I love”, as if by singing that you were saying it was OK to be that way.My Arminian theology prof reacted to something I said about the blessing of justification by saying, “Yes, but what comes next? How do you get Christians off that dime?” (I didn’t know justification was a dime off of which we need to get Christian people).

    We can vision people to death, beat them around the head and shoulders with discipleship and accountability, and we’re nothing but Catholics with bad liturgy. Every Christian I’ve known who’s reacted to things I’ve said about justification has been some sort of Wesleyan, or Victorious Life fan.

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