Blessings to you on this fine day!
Amazon has lots of deals today, including on their devices like the Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Oasis, Fire tablet, Echo, and Echo Show. They also have lots of board games on sale, plus lots of other stuff because of their Prime Early Access sale.
(Yesterday on the blog: Today … I’m Thankful)
There’s exciting news from Faithlife: Logos 10 has released. I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and am impressed with it. If you buy or upgrade from the link I’ve provided, you’ll get 15% off if you’re buying the first time and 30% off an upgrade. You’ll also get 5 free resources that you can pick from a good-sized list when you buy for the first time.
“This type of bill coming from one of the most populous and influential states in the union is deeply concerning and immoral, as it will lead to irreparable harm for children, youth, and their families. What’s being promoted is a false view of the self under the auspices of moral autonomy and freedom — especially toward children and youth — that is at odds with basic biological and moral realities.”
Samuel James has some very important and urgent concerns about a new book related to narcissism within the church.
Keith Mathison: “Most Christians have heard of things like the Nicene Creed or the Apostles’ Creed, but many Christians also have a number of misconceptions about creeds. There is a lot of misunderstanding about the nature, history, and purpose of creeds. Here are five things you should know about creeds.”
I love few things more than giving away books, so this article resonated with me.
John Piper answers this question in his latest Ask Pastor John.
While we can and should pray for those things we long for, we should always pray that what we long for would be according to God’s will.
Jesus is in the rain and the shadow as much as in the light that breaks from the east at dawn.—F.B. Meyer