God Does Not Want To Know What We Think

Written by Mark Farnham

On September 29, 2010

We live in a culture where everyone has their say, where I can press the interactive buttons and register my view on television, where I can set up a blog and proclaim my views on anything and everything to the world, where the most friendly thing we can say in welcoming newcomers is ‘We want to know what you think’, but dare I say it – God does not want to know what we think. He wants us to know what he thinks.

Christopher Ash, The Priority of Preaching (Christian Focus, 2009), 35.

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