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Wayne Grudem shares some difficult news and tells of the hope he has through it.
This is a timely word from Nick Batzig. “As we come to the end of the year and press into yet another new year, it is always beneficial for us to evaluate our commitments and priorities from the past year—noting the ways in which we have, by God’s grace, grown in certain areas and the ways in which we desperately need to grow in other areas.”
John Piper provides a level-headed response to Jerry Falwell Jr. and his call for Christians to arm themselves.
Remember when those who worried about “death panels” were mocked? Well, it’s no joking matter now.
The most important Q&A in this 9Marks mailbag is a comparison of the way pastors on the one hand, and business-savvy people on the other, may think wrongly about church finances.
This Day in 1569. 446 years ago today, Ivan the Terrible murdered Philip of Moscow for refusing to bless a “horrible massacre.” *
Geoff Thomas reflects on fifty years of ministering to one small congregation.
Darryl Dash: “There’s suffering in this thing called marriage, but there’s more joy than you can imagine. Somehow they exist together.”
The Law tells us what to do. The Gospel tells us what God has done for us in Christ. —Michael Horton