I didn’t too find much that’s new or noteworthy in Kindle deals (though there are a couple there), but did want to point out some Logos specials: This month Logos has deals on at least three great resources: The Bible Speaks Today commentary series, New Studies in Biblical Theology, and the Tyndale Commentary set. You can’t go wrong with any of them!
This is important. “In sum, we’re often willing to watch narrative rape but don’t always know how to address real rape. And in the gap between the pretend of on-screen and the pain of real life, we have a Hollywood phenomenon that is as surreal as it sounds: the rape choreographer.”
“Jesus is patient and kind; he is not envious or boastful; he’s not arrogant or rude.” You know where this one is going…
Dr. Jeremy Pierre answers in Honest Answers from Southern Seminary.
It does us good to read memories of lives well-lived. “One of Erroll’s daughters, Michelle, as a young girl in answering a question concerning what her father did, responded, ‘He is a ballet dancer.’ Perhaps she was right. He mastered the art of graceful, meaningful, disciplined movement between biblical text and hungry congregation. He mustered a force of eager disciples for the truth of the gospel through lovely enticement with the coherence between the music of the heart, the power of a message, the warmth of genuine experience, and the deftness of minds under the control of truth.”
Randy Alcorn: “In Romans 12, Paul lists seven spiritual gifts, including prophecy, serving, teaching, mercy, and giving. I’m convinced that of all these gifts, giving is the one least thought about and talked about in the Western church, and perhaps in the entire world.”
There are lots of interesting facts to learn in this video.
“I’m a stay at home Mom. I’m incredibly thankful for the four little people I get to mother and teach every day. Yet these little ones I’m 100% grateful for are also the ones who make my job difficult. I mean, they’re people, after all. And all people have problems, me included. So when you mash several people together in a home for, say, 18 – 20 years, well, there are bound to be a few obstacles.”
I have found that the key to organizing and maintaining a library is releasing the irrational hold books have on so many of us. Here are a few tips.
Two things are said to be rare sights in the world; one is a young man humble, and the other is an old man content. —J.C. Ryle