I wasn’t able to track down any new Kindle Kindle deals today, but I guess you can always catch up on past days!
Here’s why the Ark of the Covenant will never be found. (Also, the scene from Indiana Jones where they found it and lifted the lid caused me lie awake in fear many nights when I was a child!)
Dai Hankey discusses human trafficking and the real-life story that made him aware of it. “Indeed it propelled me onto a gut-wrenching, faith-stretching journey of discovery. It is a journey that, as I have been confronted by the brutal realities of human trafficking, has been marked by raw tears and holy fury.”
Colorado 2016 is a stunning video of Colorado. It will make you want to visit (or, if you already live there, to head outdoors). It’s even got a nice bit of Scripture woven in.
Also from Colorado is this appeal to Christians to resist the “death with dignity” movement.
“Though Christians compose only 10 percent of Indonesia’s population, the nation is so populous that roughly 25 million Christians live there. About one-third are Catholic, while the Protestants are typically either Pentecostal or Reformed—as in, really Reformed.”
This Day in 1822. 195 years ago today a young George Müller was released after 36 days in jail for theft. He would migrate to England where he would become a leader in British faith ministries. *
Christianity Today: “For the third year in a row, the modern persecution of Christians worldwide has hit another record high. But the primary cause, Islamic extremism, now has a rival: ethnic nationalism.”
H.B. Charles Jr. says, “There are two fundamental reasons why you should pray. First of all, you should pray because the word of God commands it. Secondly, you should pray because it works!”
If you’re up for a longer read, you may enjoy reading this one. “Former drug addict Mike Lindell’s multimillion-dollar idea came to him in a dream.”
It’s one thing to consider yourself ordinary, but a very different thing to learn others consider you ordinary.
Since I know Jesus bled for little sins, I cannot wound his heart by indulging in them.—C.H. Spurgeon