The God of love and peace be with you today.
(Yesterday on the blog: The Day We Became Homeschoolers)
TGC reports on some of the men who are pastoring through the war in Ukraine. “The most difficult moment of Sergey Nakul’s life unfolded in a packed Kyiv train station not long after Russia invaded Ukraine. The pastor was sending his wife, his two sons, and a group of members from his local church to safety outside of the nation under attack.”
Sinclair Ferguson: “‘He’s going through a religious phase.’ How often did you overhear that being said about you in your early days as an openly professing follower of Jesus Christ?”
John Piper considers 1 Peter 2:11 which speaks of “passions of the flesh” that “wage war against” the soul.
Andrea has been involved in pro-life work for decades. She has prayed, fasted, donated, advocated, and adopted. Yet even with Roe v. Wade being overturned she’s still sad. Here’s why.
Jared Wilson explains how and why he knows the devil is real.
“One of the doctrines in the area of Christology that is difficult for some Christians to fully grasp is the permanent humanity of Christ. The impression often seems to be that the Son of God came down from heaven in incarnate form, spent three decades or so as a human, and then returned to heaven to revert back to his preincarnate state.” But…
When you hear how others have spoken idly of you, don’t over-react. A moment’s reflection will remind you that you’ve done the very same thing a million times over.
I have never met a person I could despair of, or lose all hope for, after discerning what lies in me apart from the grace of God.—Oswald Chambers