Today’s Kindle deals include a pretty good selection, including some (actually good) books on health–rather a good theme to consider heading into a new year. Crossway will give you a free copy of Justified by Faith Alone by R.C. Sproul.
Here are 15 tips from Charles Spurgeon for a deep and effective prayer life. And who doesn’t want that?
“If you are a Christian and you advocate that the State is justified in making Christians participate, in any way, in a gay marriage, I believe you’ve ripped the rug from under yourself – if it is fine for the State to violate other Christians’ consciences this time, what’s to prevent them from violating yours next?”
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Do you remember the fuss over the world’s ugliest doll? “Why did this doll go so big? Was it the marketing campaign, which made the doll seem real since you ‘adopted’ them? Was it the ‘designer’ aspect, complete with signature on the doll’s tush? The Cabbage Patch Kid was the viral sensation of 1980s childhood, and no one should be more embarrassed than the parents in this footage, squawking and fighting in desperation to grab one from the shelf. “
Joni Eareckson Tada writes this beautiful note about Dr. Sproul.
Here is a new children’s album by Sovereign Grace Music that you and your family may enjoy. Based on a couple of listens, I think it may be among their best.
I couldn’t endorse paying this much for a watch, but I sure can enjoy the incredible precision and craftsmanship that goes into it.
Mindy Belz writing for WORLD magazine: “A flood of harassment cases reminds us that sex is sacred and transgression is costly. Yet even in a fallen world, faithful men and women can treat one another with honor”
The Bible offers strict warnings against meddling and gossiping. It warns against sticking our noses into issues that do not concern us. But at the same time it assigns to each of us the responsibility to guard others, to warn them about those who might harm them or lead them astray.
We can no more assist the Holy Spirit in the quickening of our souls to spiritual life than Lazarus could help Jesus raise him from the dead.—R.C. Sproul