My name is Rebekah Schrepfer, and I am a conservative, traditional, independent Baptist wife and mother. My husband is a preacher and I enjoy supporting and helping him in his ministry in our local church. We have four beautiful children, ages 2-6. The MostlySensible blog is my way of sharing my thoughts and ideas with other ladies who have similar convictions and values.
Please browse my posts and read my articles. I welcome your public comments and questions, or you may contact me privately at RebekahSchrepfer@gmail.com.
“December the first starts a most blessed time, with all sorts of presents and songs sung in rhyme. We also remember the Lord Jesus’ birth, and that He was born in a manger on earth. Three wise men had come with gifts and with treasures. Will you find in Jesus all your greatest pleasures?” (read more)
I think if I hear these phrases again I’ll spit: ”It’s a Relationship, not a Religion. Christianity doesn’t change a person, Jesus does. Jesus is my Savior, not my religion. Religion sets rules. Jesus sets free. God has no religion, etc.” I’m so thankful for BOTH concepts of Grace and Holiness in Scripture, that we are saved entirely by God’s grace and mercy through no striving on my own (Eph. 2:8-9). And yet God in his wisdom and love did not leave me in my sinful condition. He desires that we then grow in the Lord, seeking to please God through good works (1 Thess. 4:1, Matthew 5:48). The process we go through in this life following Christ and obeying His commandments found in the Bible is a religion called Christianity. (read more)