Daily Diary – 5/20/18

Why I Write These:

These are written in honor of my grandfather, Leon Milton Buttermore, who has a memory that I am envious of, and I hope that by doing this I am able to be the kind of man who starts to treasure the things given him.

Daily Highlights:

Godly thought of the day:

Luke 3:37 says: “the son of Seth, the son of Adam, the son of God.”

It’s late. Super quick thoughts tonight. Very interesting that Adam is listed as “the son of God” right here. Sets up well the Gospel message that Adam was the man who failed and who brought death. Jesus is the son of God who brings life and victory.

Favorite meeting of the day:

No meetings today.

Hardest part of my day:

Saying goodbye to everyone like Ethan Penner, Ethan Bolthouse, and Grant Bruner. Not sure what the next time I’ll see them will be.

Favorite moment of the day:

Eating an All-American BBQ Feast at Famous Dave’s with a bunch of people.

What was the weather like today?:

Rainy and then humid as I got south. Icky.

Most unfaithful moment of my day:

Probably was annoying at some point, but not a lot of opportunities for unfaithfulness today, to be honest.

What am I currently reading?:

Daily Bible Reading – 2 Chronicles 13-17

Church History by Eusebius – No reading for this today.

Addictions: A Banquet in the Grave by Ed Welch – No reading for this today.

No Place for Truth: Or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology? by David F. Wells – No reading for this today.

On the Bondage of the Will by Martin Luther – No reading for this today.

Holiness by J.C. Ryle – No reading for this today.

What was for dinner?:

Random assortment of snacks leftover for the trip.

Song of the day:

Hallelujah, What a Savior – Just because it came up in a conversation and I do love that 3rd stanza.

Quote of the day:

“Mustache! No mustache!” — Cheap Seats

Watched Cheap Seats with Ethan and Ryan Gulbranson. That was a good laugh!

Prayer of the day:

Lord, thank you for protection and excellent conversation. May you use it to promote sanctification in all our lives. May you see Ethan over to his mission field well and help him to witness you reaping bountifully the harvest as he works in love.


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