David Qaoud interviews Emily Thomes about her story of coming to Christ.
Paul Tripp: “One of the sad results of sin is that it causes all of us, at some time and in some way, to buy into the delusion of independence. Independence is what the serpent sold Adam and Eve, and it’s the false reward that the enemy continues to wave in front of each one of us.”
Dan DeWitt: “Since I teach a class on Lewis I often get the question, ‘What Lewis book(s) should I recommend to my atheist friend?’. It’s a really good question, particularly since some Christians have described C.S.L. as making it possible for them to be an intellectually fulfilled believer.”
You may enjoy Sweet Comforter, a new album from St. Andrew’s Hymns.
Al Mohler says, “In the face of the sexual revolution, the Christian church in the West now faces a set of moral challenges that exceeds anything it has experienced in the past. This is a revolution of ideas—one that is transforming the entire moral structure of meaning and life.”
This Day in 1865. 151 years ago today, William Booth founded The Christian Mission to work among London’s poor and unchurched. Later, he changed the mission’s name to the Salvation Army. *
George Guthrie: “While the passage does refer to angels, the author wasn’t really interested in believers logging close encounters with heavenly messengers, as a closer look at the context reveals.”
Though Satan can never steal the Christian’s crown, though he can never snatch him away from the hand of the Father, he is so envious and malicious that he will leave no stone unturned in robbing the Christian of comfort and peace, in making their life miserable, in giving them reason to live in constant sorrow and mourning, doubt and questioning.
The best kinds of ministry are, more often than not, long term and low key. —Christopher Ash