'Often when we look back on a "good" week, we think is was good because it was comfortable, predictable, pleasurable, controllable, successful, etc. Our evaluation of the week is shaped by our wants, feelings and estimation of our needs. But there is another "good" that God is working on. He is using this period of time to continue the work of radical rescue and restoration that he has begun in us.'
Paul David Tripp, Broken-Down House, p.165.