Today’s Kindle deals include Cold-Case Christianity ($1.99) and God’s Crime Scene ($3.99) by J. Warner Wallace; The Jesus Storybook Bible and Thoughts To Make Your Heart Sing by Sally Lloyd-Jones ($1.99 each); Long Story Short and Old Story New by Marty Machowski ($2.99 each).
I appreciated this honest bit of writing. “That maternal instinct God gives mothers is an incredible force for good—and something I didn’t have with our adopted daughter like I have with my other kids.”
Let Dr. Sproul explain those important terms which are especially appropriate to consider on Good Friday.
“Like the spirits who plagued the Demoniac, my mistakes in Easter-preaching have been legion. The subject is always lively, but the preaching is sometimes grave! So in a deeply ironical tone, neither to be copied or encouraged, here are seven ways to preach a terrible Easter sermon. Please, I beg of you, do not try this in your pulpit this Sunday.”
There are some pretty amazing shots in Smithsonian’s photo contest.
Nabeel Qureshi writes for USA Today and explains “Western recruits for jihad are inspired by the literal interpretation of Muslim sacred texts. This is what we must fight.”
This Day in 1951. 65 years ago today, missionary and martyr Jim Elliot wrote, “When it comes time to die, make sure that all you have to do is die.” *
You’ll probably need to be a sports fan, though not necessarily a basketball fan, to find this one interesting.
If you enjoy the music of Adam Young (aka Owl City) you might appreciate this one-year project he has taken on. Every month he is creating a score to go along with a major event, Apollo 11 last month and the Titanic this month.
Wedding vows are not a declaration of present love but a mutually binding promise of future love. —Tim Keller