May the Lord be with you and bless you today.
Ken Jones has a short but helpful exposition of “blessed are the meek.”
Sometimes the world is almost too bizarre to believe. Carl Trueman highlights an example here.
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Kevin DeYoung: “In the last several years, we have seen a resurgence of interest among Christians in political theology. On the whole, I believe this has been a good thing intellectually. I’m less certain this has been a good thing ecclesiastically.”
As Juan Sanchez shows here, it’s important to give church members permission to leave your church.
“As I stress to undergraduates, when we look at the Roman system, we need to jettison many unhelpful modern notions of state and empire from closer to our own time. Rome was not a proto-fascist or proto-Stalinist system; there was not a centurion on every street corner in Jesus’ Galilee; there was no strict ideological party line expected of its subjects, no corresponding ‘crimethink’ inviting state violence.”
Kim Riddelbarger continues his “The Basics” series with a look at the cross of Christ.
As we look back on the race we ran…we will see that the God who called us to the race provided all we needed in the race. We will know that we never truly ran alone.
When men do not mark his works of mercy and bounty, the Lord will show unto them works of justice, that is, terrible works.—David Dixon