For the past week I’ve been enjoying some time on the West Coast, first in and around Vancouver and then in northern Washington. It has been a great time as a family, but all good things must come to an end and this evening we head for home. In the meantime, here are some deals and links you may enjoy.
Today’s Kindle deals include: Brothers, We Are Not Professionals by John Piper; Read the Bible for Life by George Guthrie; The Insanity of God and The Insanity of Obedience by Nik Ripken; Joshua and the Flow of Biblical History by Francis Schaeffer. You can get the deals at the Kindle Deals for Christians page.
Here are the first 15 verses a Christian should consider memorizing. Check out the Scripture Typer app to help your memorization and retention.
Here are ten things to know about God’s omniscience.
What does it look like to have one part per million? This video finds different ways to picture it.
George Guthrie explains why you don’t need to freak out over word variations in modern translations.
“Living in a fallen age, in fallen bodies, in which our fallen natures vie with our regenerate natures for control, we unfortunately cannot avoid the plague of bad moods.”
Here’s a study that discusses good and bad first impressions. In other words, it tells how fickle and arrogant we can be.
This Day in 1661. 355 years ago today, Thomas Fuller, a popular preacher in 17th century England, died. Fuller was one of the first men to make a living by writing. *
This video shows how the world map is actually kind of deceptive.
Josh Buice explains why he chose not to preach the longer ending of Mark as he finished preaching through the book.
Here’s one quick and important lesson when it comes to our use of technology.
95% of knowing the will of God consists in being prepared to do it before you know what it is. —Donald Barnhouse