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Theologians (and pastors) take note.
The eleventh video from the Center for Medical Progress was released yesterday and it just continues the horror.
Mark Altrogge: “As we make gratitude a habit by practicing it over and over, it becomes part of us. Natural. As natural as complaining. And eventually thankfulness will drive out that demon of grumbling and we’ll experience more and more consistent joy.”
“The cosmic love and wisdom of God should be a truth that collides with our heart (for it is personal to us) and explodes in our soul (for it will stir you to worship).”
This Day in 1646. At age 42, colonial missionary John Eliot (“Apostle to the New England Indians”) conducted the first Protestant worship service for the Native Americans. He was the first to preach a sermon to them in their own language. *
Russell Moore debunks a few common myths.
I really appreciate David Murray’s answer here.
It is no less difficult to have great abilities than great riches without trusting in them. —John Newton