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Westminster Books has a sale on a great set of the Works of Francis Schaeffer.

Today’s Kindle deals include one classic as well as a couple of newer works.

The Briefing on the End of Roe v Wade

Not surprisingly, many of the people I follow had things to say about the apparent imminent overturning of Roe v Wade. I’ve linked here to Al Mohler’s The Briefing. See also Joe Carter, Collin Hansen, and Denny Burk.

Older Saints Wanted

Darry Dash: “The older I get, the more I look for the redwoods, not the saplings. Who do I want to be like when I grow up? These older saints. I have a long way to go, but I pray to God for even a little of what they have.”

Why Did the Early Christians Switch from Sabbath to the Lord’s Day?

“What would compel devout Jews—John, Paul, and the entire early church—to exchange Saturday worship for Sunday worship to celebrate a person, the Lord Jesus?” That is well worth considering.

28 Fascinating Facts About Time

“Did you know that a day on Earth used to be around six hours shorter than it is today? Or that Julius Caesar once implemented a 445-day-long year? Learn those fascinating facts about time and more in this list.” Feel free to adapt any facts that have the words “billions of years” in them.

An Example of the Fear of God

Kevin DeYoung considers the Hebrew midwives and an example of the fear of God.

5 Copywriting Commandments and How to Implement Them

Cara has some good and helpful counsel for bloggers and writers.

Flashback: 6 Very Good Reasons to Consider Your Short Little Life

Repentance is our duty before God, but one we are prone to delay. But when we think of the uncertainty of time and its sheer brevity, we will see the danger of delaying. We will see we must repent today instead of procrastinating repentance into an uncertain future.

There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true. —Soren Kierkegaard