It feels like I've read just about everything there is out there on singleness. Of course, that's not true, but it can seem like that sometimes. So, when I hear/read something that I haven't heard about much before, I truly pause and take note. This was the case tonight while listening to a sermon by David Platt. What struck me was the contrast of how singleness is viewed in the New Testament vs. the Old Testament. I'm not going to rehash his points here, because he said it better than I could. Just listen. I'd love to hear what you think. I think his perspective brought a freshness to my view of singleness in a New Testament era. Is that something you've thought about before?