Another year older

Yesterday was my birthday so today was my first full day experiencing life as a thirty-two year old woman. It is still very strange for me to identify myself as thirty-anything because I still feel like a teenager in so many ways. But with a husband, a child, a house, and a white picket fence, I guess I am the epitome of a middle-aged american woman. Oh well, as the saying goes, “age is just a number!”


About Elizabeth

I am a sinner, saved by grace striving to increase in the knowledge of my Savior and His precious Word each day. The reader should know that there are a few presuppositions with which I approach this blog: 1) I believe in the biblical gospel, which basically purports that all mankind is born under the curse of sin (due to the sin of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden). Therefore, man is separated from God and can have no relationship with God because He is perfectly holy, not even able to look upon sin. Unfortunately, God is also perfectly just and must not only separate Himself from sin, but must also punish it. In order to reconcile man to Himself, God, the Father, sent God, the Son, down to earth to live as a man and take our sins upon Himself on the cross. While on the cross, God, the Son, bore the full weight of the wrath of God, the Father, against our sins in order that we who believe in Him might be set free from the curse of our sin. God, the Son, Jesus Christ, died as a propitiation for our sin in order to appease God, the Father's, holy and just character, redeem us from sin, and reconcile those who believe in this gospel to God, the Father. 2) I am primarily writing to those who already believe in this biblical gospel. In other words, this blog is not focused on evangelizing the lost, but edifying believers. 3) I believe that the Christian Bible is the very word of God. Therefore, it is completely inerrant, infallible, sufficient, and authoritative in the life of a believer.
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3 Responses to Another year older

  1. St. Louis Mom says:

    Happy Happy Birthday! But I wouldn’t exactly call you, eh, middle aged…..I thought I was middle aged! I guess that would make me….well, um…ancient? : )

  2. Lauren Harris says:

    Try pushing 40, and 32 isn’t so bad! Ha! But they say, 40 is the new 30, and 30 is the new 20, so you’re still doing ok. Actually, as I age, God’s blessings just become that more apparent, which is a blessing in-and-of itself! Happy Birthday, Elizabeth!

  3. Mom says:

    Honey, I’m just reading this (bad me!). You’re not middle aged until at least 50, OK?

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