May the Lord be with you and bless you on this fine day.
Bob Kellemen explains by way of personal example why it’s so important for Christians to think about protecting those who are suffering (rather than simply telling them to suffer well).
“We worry about so many things when it comes to this world we’re raising kids in. But the truth is that the things we consider the most positive activities in our kids’ lives are the very things that are most likely to draw them away from Christ. It all starts with the example that we set.”
Radius Missiology Conference June 29-30, 2022, with Kevin DeYoung, Alistair Begg, Ian Hamilton & others. Pastor and student prices are $30 until April 30th. (Sponsored Link)
What a beautiful, haunting view of Mars. It’s incredible to think that we have explored just the tiniest sliver of God’s creation.
“There are two related ways in which Christians can ascribe a higher importance to religious freedom than they ought: the first is when Christians assume that advocating for religious freedom is sufficient for maintaining a faithful gospel witness; and the second is when Christians believe that religious freedom is somehow necessary to preserve this witness. Neither of these conclusions are true and, if left uncorrected, can prove harmful.”
“There’s an old story that used to be often told as a literary cautionary tale, that you don’t hear so much of these days: Faust.” It’s a powerful story, even if our contemporary society has somehow managed to reverse it.
“Have you ever noticed a common thread in every testimony? Upon being drawn to the Lord, almost every person reports an unquenchable hunger for the Lord’s Word.” And yet, so often “over time, both the yearning and dedication to the Lord abate.” This article wonders why that is and offers some ways to rekindle that desire.
Understood properly and practiced biblically, theology is not the accumulation of cold facts, but of accurate and true knowledge that is meant to work its way out in our thoughts and lives.
When life and death were set before you, why should death as the best of the two be chosen?—Nathaniel Vincent