“It’s not only that a proper understanding of the Trinity is some sort of arid proposition we need to check off a list of ‘need to know’ facts to be ‘good Christians.’ Rather, it’s that without a knowledge of the Trinity, we are simply robbed of all of the chief comforts of Christian faith…”
Here’s a guy who travels far and wide to get stung by insects and report on which stings are the worst. Here’s his entry for the tarantula hawk: “Blinding, fierce, shockingly electric. A running hair dryer has been dropped into your bubble bath. A bolt out of the heavens. Lie down and scream.”
Sam Storms rounds them up.
“When someone crosses us or makes demands on us our initial reaction is to respond in the same way. Why not? This is the way we’ve heard that the world works. Right? Retaliation is sinfully seductive and bitterly sweet.”
Bill Mounce demonstrates what a difficult question this is.
What makes a book a book? Is it just anything that stores and communicates information? Or does it have to do with paper, binding, font, ink, its weight in your hands, the smell of the pages? TED-Ed takes a look in this video.
David Prince provides an answer.
We love stories and viral videos that have happy endings. Yet so often the stories in our own lives do not have such happy endings…
Never value ability over character. Character eventually catches up.—Ed Stetzer