Here’s a challenge for all of us: “One of the characteristics that has always impressed me about highly committed servants of Jesus Christ is that they continue to actively serve Him to the very end of their lives. Long after others have retired from their vocations and various forms of Christian service, these deeply dedicated Christian servants continue right on actively ministering for the Lord in whatever ways they are able.”
This seems appropriate in light of the last link: “a lesser known part of the Henry legacy is the role of the persistent prayers of a widowed secretary in the converting work of God in Henry’s life.”
Westminster Books is having a great sale on the excellent New Studies in Biblical Theology series which is edited by D.A. Carson.
“I get it. You see who your husband COULD be. If only he prayed more. If only he led the family to go to church. If only he read his Bible daily. If only he was the spiritual leader that you know your family needs.”
Richard Phillips takes a look at Christian views of cremation. “The assumption seems to be that cremation versus burial is a matter of complete indifference, a subject about which the Bible has little or nothing to say.” He disagrees.
This Day in 735. 1,281 years ago today, The Venerable Bede, “father of English history,” died. *
This quirky individual demonstrates the Gutenberg press using a rare (or perhaps unique) working model. That simple machine changed the world!
Creation Ministries International takes a look at recent developments related to climate change science and offers guidelines for discernment.
Grace must raise the temptation to think we can sin as we please; if it does not, we have not understood the true extent of grace. —Derek Thomas