The Lord be with you and bless you today.
There is once again a very significant list of Kindle deals. We are spoiled.
I’m very thankful for Benjamin Vrbicek’s review of Seasons of Sorrow: “Well Done, Good and Faithful Dad.” And by way of reminder, if you have read and enjoyed the book, it would mean a lot if you’d leave a review or star-rating at Amazon.
“Some years ago, I wrote about a blind spot in contemporary theology. In our church, we have just enjoyed a series about the Holy Spirit. In preaching this series, my mind has returned to this apparent blind spot. Yes, we know that Satan hates Jesus, marriage, and evangelism. But perhaps we should also consider his hatred for the Holy Spirit.”
I appreciated this brief tribute to a man whose voice I’ve heard more than just about any other–the voice of David Heath, who read the ESV. There’s a free audiobook to download at the end.
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“Having been recipients of God’s grace, we sometimes need to show more grace as Christians. Perhaps I should rephrase that comment to say as a recipient of God’s grace, I need to show more grace. Without a doubt, I am not near as gracious as I ought to be.” This leads to a helpful discussion about reading graciously.
Susan recounts the days of moving into a new country and establishing new patterns.
If you enjoy hymns, you might want to make this site a daily visit. It shares a hymn, its story, and a recording each day.
Each of us is called to lead and to follow in a distinctly Christian way. According to Jesus’s Golden Rule, that must look something like this: Lead in the way you’d want to be led; follow in the way you’d want to be followed.
Sin is a boring routine, not a fresh excitement. The fast lane becomes an old rut. Evil never lends itself to originality. —Dale Ralph Davis