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I continue to enjoy The Bible Project. Their latest video provides a great overview of the book of Psalms.
Here’s why Christian refugees are overlooked: “Their plight involves a nightmarish catch-22. When Christians flee as refugees they cannot go to UN-run refugee camps because there they face the same persecution and terror from which they fled.”
This is a helpful introduction into Peter Jones’ teaching about oneism and twoism—very helpful categories.
David Powlison reminds you of important truths about your deepest identity.
New Album. Today marks the release of a new album from Indelible Grace, the seventh in their history. It is titled Look to Jesus. As with all of their previous albums, this one features a collection of retuned hymns. You can listen to and buy the digital version at Bandcamp or pre-order the CD at their store.
It’s always fun when Adam4d uses one of my articles to draw a comic. He did that with “Nobody Deserves That.”
There is some amazing footage of the Alps (and the people who live deep within them) in this short film.
A child who knowingly sins can savingly believe. —C.H. Spurgeon