The crushing obligation to do more

In a recent article by Kevin DeYoung, he writes,

‘I think most Christians hear these urgent calls to do more (or feel them internally already) and learn to live with a low-level guilt that comes from not doing enough. We know we can always pray more and give more and evangelize more, so we get used to living in a state of mild disappointment with ourselves. That’s not how the apostle Paul lived (1 Cor. 4:4), and it’s not how God wants us to live, either (Rom. 12:1–2).’

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 (GSiV: Jerry BridgesResourcesGospel Grace Versus Dead Religion–part 6)