Here are some new Kindle deals: Putting Amazing Back Into Grace by Michael Horton ($3.99); Biblical Authority by James Draper & Kenneth Keathley ($4.99); In My Father’s House by Mary Kassian ($0.99); The Ever-Loving Truth by Voddie Baucham ($0.99); new from GLH Publishing is Expository Thoughts on the Gospels by J.C. Ryle ($0.99).
The Strange Story of Jesus Calling - “A ten-year-old devotional written in the voice of God suddenly became a commercial juggernaut. Now, its publisher is trying to reconcile its New Age origins with evangelical orthodoxy.”
The Secret Will of God - It’s hard to over-emphasize just how important it is to get the distinction between God’s revealed will and his secret will. Paul Tripp: “I think many Christians make the mistake of acting on what they can never be sure of rather than relying on what they can know for sure. In other words, Christians confuse God’s secret will with his revealed will.”
Resolve to Think About Death - “Death, as a concept in the Bible, is rich like blood. It is layered with purpose, needed for life and so teeming with meaning that it is hard for many of us to look long at it. If we would just look a little longer though, what would we discover?” Jason Leonard offers five ways we are encouraged to think about death.
Is Sexual Orientation Analagous to Race? - We hear the claim a lot today: Sexual orientation is just like race. Joe Carter asks if that really holds true.
Every Dream in the Bible - Here’s an infographic displaying every dream in the Bible.
Gospel-Sharing Books - Matthias Media is having a sale on a wide selection of gospel-sharing books.
It is sad…that saints should have many eyes to behold one another’s infirmities, and not one eye to see each other’s graces. —Thomas Brooks