Spending the Equinox with Piper

Happy Autumn Equinox!

About seven weeks ago, I wrote in a question to the “Ask Pastor John” podcast at Desiring God.

Today, it’s the featured question:  http://www.desiringgod.org/interviews/what-does-it-mean-to-abide-in-christ

What’s funny is that in the transcription that they include on the page, they misspelled my name two different ways.
First, it says, “Kasey,” which is actually how I spelled my name from kindergarten through 8th grade.  (There’s a boring little story behind that.)
Then they have it as “Casey,” which has never been my name.  The first one is right at the beginning; the second is at the start of the section titled “Can We lose Our Salvation?”
Here’s my guess as to how it happened:
There is some transcriptionist at DG who did not have a copy of my actual full email message (where I signed my name clearly as “KC”).  They asked, “How is that name spelled?  With a K, or with a C?”  And somehow, after getting the answer “both,” was still confused and decided to spell it each of these two ways.  They must have figured that they would get it right at least once that way.  But as it turns out…   🙂

Anyway, I am thrilled to think through the various aspects of John Piper’s response.
If you have a chance to listen or read, may the Lord bless you with it!

Sh’lom!

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