Better Than I Used to Be

Today, we are talking about the practice of righteousness.  In the preceding post I listed some thoughts over the years concerning the interpretation of 1 John 3:4-9.  In an earlier class we looked at a song by Miranda Lambert that was an incorrect view of the problem of sin.  I think the song Better Than I Used to Be is more in line with a humble approach to our failings.  If you haven’t heard it before, I think you will like it.

You have a choice…Tim McGraw sings the most popular version; Sammy Kershaw sings the real country version.


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