Thursday, June 09, 2005

WDJD

Just had one thought today (now that I'm not in seminary, I limit my "heavy thinking" to one thought per diem).

You know the ol' WWJD - what would Jesus do. It's good so far as it goes. But in good indicative-imperative manner, I think we should start printing WDJD bracelets - what DID Jesus do. After all, what Jesus did - his active and passive righteousness, sending his Holy Spirit and renewing us in his image - has decisive influence on our ability to reflect Christ's glory.

Okay, that was the thought for the day. The rest of the day was spent traveling - I'm back in Chicago for my brother's dual graduation from law and business schools. So, we have a slightly altered version of the same group that congregated two weeks ago for my graduation. It's fun.

3 comments:

Melodee said...

I've often thought WDJS would be an improvement over WWJD, too. What did Jesus say? Both what he did and said work together wonderfully to give us a great standard!

Nueva Texan said...

A good idea both theologically and entrepreneurially. You could probably make a pretty penny from the Reformed blogging community. All profits to charity, of course. :)

amylav said...

"WDJD"

You are on to something...

amylav