Today’s Kindle deals include just a few titles: George Whitefield: The Evangelist by John Pollock, Preaching the Old Testament by Scott Gibson, and The Gospel and Acts Commentary by Various.
Westminster Books has deals on some apologetic works as well as Tim Keller’s newest book.
Atlast Obscura has the fascinating story of Smith Wigglesworth, one of the early Pentecostals. His story sounds very familiar to anyone who has turned on TBN in recent times.
I enjoyed these 30 prayers for Katelyn Beaty’s future husband.
Kevin DeYoung offers some helpful points on the election.
This video is morbid (in the literal sense of the term) but not graphic. It simply shows what happens to our bodies when we die. What happens to our souls is far better!
CCEF’s national conference begins today (and continues tomorrow). It is being livestreamed in case you’d like to watch it.
George Guthrie lists them.
This Day in 1993. 23 years ago today Albert Mohler was inaugurated as the 9th president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Billy Graham spoke at the ceremony.
This is incredible HD footage of an Arizona Monsoon.
The real joy in having money “is to think, how can I use this money for kingdom purposes? How can I use this to lay up treasure forever? The one increases his spending on himself and the other increases his giving for God. One serves King Money. One serves King Jesus.”
The New York Times has a long, sympathetic look at the situation surrounding Larycia Hawkins who was, until recently, a professor at Wheaton College.
This is an article about the “second glance”—the lustful look that lingers.
Of all the doctrines of the Bible none is so offensive to human nature as the doctrine of God’s sovereignty. —J.C. Ryle