This week we looked more into how the gospel balances us out and frees us from painful habits of trying to hard, failing ones self, and becoming irrepressibly discontent with ones own status. On the other hand we talked about how the gospel roots us and keeps us from rebellion. Last of all, “he who is inflated by the praise of man, and deflated by the disapproval of man is still a carnal man.” The gospel gives us a secure identity that doesn’t crumble when others are cruel towards us or shower us with dissaproval.

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