Today’s Kindle deals include a couple of good titles by John Piper as well as some other good picks.
Logos users will want to check out the 12 Days of Logos sale that begins today.
“The cave seemed like the perfect hiding place but soon it became the setting for one of the most heinous scenes in all of the Bible. But even here amid the darkness of depravity God was laying the tracks for an especially shocking revelation on Christmas morning.”
WORLD tells “How a Cambodian Christian overcame tragedy and horror thanks to the love, faith, and courage God gave him.”
If you’re a Slack user, you may be interested in this look at the highs, lows, and future of Slack.
This is important: “In the end, the Incarnation is not for analysis but for worship.”
This Day in 1808. 198 years ago today the Bible Society of Philadelphia was organized, the first of its kind in America. Its purpose was to promote and distribute the Scriptures. *
I found this an interesting (and concerning) article: “The pressure is on for extreme athletes to be constantly producing content, and it’s getting some of them killed.”
You may enjoy this: “When Herod published his genealogy, it was missing anyone who was at all shady — and you know a guy like that had to have some crooked relatives that he took after.” That’s very different from Jesus’ genealogy!
Here’s the story behind a Christmas favorite.
I am convinced that I have been shaped more by one thousand regular sermons than by any one spectacular conference message; I have been shaped by five hundred very ordinary Lord’s Suppers more than any one powerful moment of worship.
Alas if our children lose the crown of life, it will be small consolation that they have won laurels of literature or art.—C.H. Spurgeon