Good morning. May the Lord bless and keep you today.
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Logos users, remember that Zondervan Academic is having a sale and has discounted a lot of great books and resources.
This is a sweet story of a special young woman who wrote out the entire Bible by hand.
I am glad that Jordan Standridge thought of this similarity between Eric Liddell and Simone Biles.
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“It seems so simple when we say our wedding vows or hold our babies close. Sweet feelings fill us and we vow that our love will be stronger than those who came before us. And then…”
“I can only speculate what may have passed through the minds of the Jewish leaders as they heard the very last of Jesus’s last words. But I have no doubt that the words, ‘Father, into your hands I commit my spirit,’ were pregnant with meaning from the entire psalm when the Word cried them out.”
“When I was being trained to preach three decades ago now, one of my seminary professors regularly said in homiletics class, ‘The art of good preaching is knowing where to draw the line.’ Beyond a catchy way to capture our attention, he was teaching us an important truth about preaching.” Indeed.
In case you’ve been wondering, as I have.
The problem with sin is that it is too dreadful, too ugly, too pernicious to allow solutions that are perfectly clean and neat. Instead, a stink lingers in the aftermath of any great sin.
The risen Lord alive and well in heaven today is not somehow less approachable and less compassionate than he was when he walked the earth. —Dane Ortlund