There are times when it is necessary to say nothing, to wait and grow. There are also times when the growing is done, and it’s time to let your hard-won light shine. We all go through such seasons. I’m going through a wait-and-grow season vis-a-vis the Free Grace Food Fight presently, which is why I’ve had nothing to say about it for a while.
Then, too, different people have different gifts. Some people are theological microwaves; pop in a question and get an answer back 30 seconds later. Others are crock-pot theologians. Answers may be few and far between, but rich and flavorful for having been so long in the preparation.
My friend Michele is such a person, and she’s just delivered a crock-pot feast over at Sanc’s Blog. The specifics are aimed at a narrow segment of the Christian community; if you don’t live in that end of the pool, just let the references to modern-day Euodia and Syntyche pass you by. The meat of the matter is accessible enough, and it’ll be a blessing to you, if you can hear it.