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Want to get caught up in your church history? Ligonier will send you Robert Godfrey’s massive video series for a donation of any amount.
Solid advice: “My encouragement to young moms, or busy students, or stressed businessmen and women is this: put yourself in a role that will require you to show up at your local church week after week.”
Sinclair Ferguson offers instruct in an important area.
We are easily manipulated.
Here’s an appeal to save a monument to Samuel Rutherford before it collapses. Maybe someone out there is interested in making a donation.
Donald Whitney provides an excellent answer.
Paul Carter interacts with a difficult verse: “Sooner or later every honest Bible reader finds herself asking some version of that question. These verses are – beyond a shadow of a doubt – among the very hardest verses of the Bible to accept as Christian Scripture.”
Randy Alcorn: “One of the most frequent questions I’ve been asked about Heaven over the years is about the nature of marriage there. As I share in my book Heaven, there will be one marriage in Heaven, not many. That marriage will be what earthly marriage symbolized and pointed to, the marriage of Christ to His bride. So we will all be married—but to Christ.”
Here I explain why I am not continuationist or, if you prefer, charismatic.
I live in the spirit of prayer; I pray as I walk, when I lie down and when I rise, and the answers are always coming.—George Muller