Good morning! Grace and peace to you.
There are a few Kindle deals to take a glance at.
(Yesterday on the blog: As if God Had Ever Made an Atlantic Wide Enough…)
Mike Emlet has an open letter to those who are suffering. “Dear friend, I have no definitive answer for why God has permitted this particular tsunami to flood your life. But while we can’t penetrate the mysteries of suffering, we can be sure of this: our gracious and strong Lifeguard will not let us be swept away.”
Here’s a small roundup of some of the Christian athletes competing right now. “If you’re looking for athletes to root for, we recommend following these five Christian competitors—and also a specific way you can pray for each of them.”
This article warns us against allowing truth to become a cliche.
A missionary humorously shares some of the hazards of preaching in a new language.
“Many of the sharpest Christians, who rightly celebrate God’s providential governance over all things, tend to wrongly assume (in practice) that his reign ends somewhere around the boundary lines of Silicon Valley.”
Here’s a word from David Powlison–a word of hope for the sexually broken.
Gossip is not only a sin of the mouth, but also a sin of the ears. It takes two: the one who speaks and the one who listens.
No man can be severe in his judgment who feels that the mild eyes of Christ are fixed upon him.—Charles Hodge