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When Donald Whitney is writing about the spiritual disciplines it’s never a bad idea to read what he has to say.
I’m glad to see David Murray countering an article that concerned me just as much as it concerned him. “I was stunned and shocked when I read Thom Rainer’s recent blog post Fifteen Reasons Why Your Pastor Should Not Visit Much. It wasn’t just what was written but who wrote it–Thom Rainer!”
This kind of statistic comes up routinely, but it’s never good news! “On average, teachers earn 78.6 percent of what other workers with the same educational level get paid.”
Jared Wilson says “The world needs Christians bold enough to follow the truth wherever it may take them.”
For a long time now I’ve believed Christians need to put more focus on kindness. So I’m glad to read this. “Kindness is underrated. We equate it with being nice or pleasant, as though it’s mainly about smiling, getting along, and not ruffling feathers. It seems a rather mundane virtue. But the Bible presents a very different, and compelling, portrait of kindness.”
This Day in 2007. 9 years ago today Migsti Haile was martyred in Eritrea at age 33 after severe torture and refusing to sign a letter renouncing her faith. *
In this short video Derek Thomas answers a simple question: How do I pray?
Nick Batzig: “In light of the news about the Roman Catholic canonization of two Popes and the canonization of Mother Teresa, it is vital for Christians to understand what the Scriptures teach about sainthood. There are certain topics that I am reticent to write about—sainthood is not one of them.”
Here’s how to pack a suit in a small suitcase.
The sin is no longer my own, which means the guilt is no longer my own, which means the shame is no longer my own. The guilt and the shame of that sin now belong to Christ. If anyone ought to be feeling shame for that sin, it is not me but Christ!
A person with an increasingly grateful heart is one with a decreasingly complaining mouth. —Burk Parsons