May the Lord be with you and bless you today.
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A few weeks back I shared an article about Bitcoin (which was written by a friend, not by me). In this lengthy response, Luke Plant vehemently disagrees and tells why he thinks everyone should stay away from Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. I, for one, benefit from a thoughtful dissenting perspective like Luke’s.
This is an interesting way to think about the value of preaching verse by verse and book by book.
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Mike Hillerman of RTS answers the question.
Here Conrad Mbewe speaks about faithfulness in marriage by addressing an issue that’s of importance in his Zambian context.
“If you’re a parent, pastor, youth leader, or mentor, here are five questions to discuss about media with youth.”
“I suppose this is part of what it means to grow old. Pain comes more quickly—if it ever really leaves. Like the birds of morning and the crickets of night, the noise of pain exists in an ever-present state, sitting in the background of everything else going on. The difference, of course, is no one considers the pain beautiful. No one stops to listen to the pain. What’s the point? It only makes it stronger.” Yup, that’s growing older.
…allow me to suggest that you also never listen to a sermon clip, never watch a YouTube excerpt, and never read a quote. Not unless you are willing to do the work of properly, diligently, and honestly understanding its context.
No one’s sin toward us can ever justify our sin toward them. What’s more, these days, when everyone is outraged by everything, kindness is radical.—Isaac Adams