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The Internet a Decade Later – “A decade — 10 years. Doesn’t sound like much, right? But a decade ago, the big social networking story was Friendster with a whopping 3 million users. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer had 95 percent market share. And less than 600 million people were online globally … fewer than Facebook users alone in 2012.”

The Acts of the Holy Spirit – Here’s a nice new infographic from The Good Book Company. It offers a timeline of Acts and the epistles.

Modesty Glasses – “In Israel, new modesty glasses for Orthodox Jewish men blur women out of their line of sight.” It’s the most obvious solution, I guess.

God’s Amazing Grace – This article represents my sister’s first article for LifeSiteNews. She writes about a former Planned Parenthood manager who is celebrating one year as a pro-life activist.

The Threefold Use of the Law – Ligonier has a quick, helpful look at the threefold use of the law.

The weakness of man sets the stage for the display of God’s strength.

—Janice Wise

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