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“The few hours between arriving home from work and putting the kids to bed will be the most challenging, and often the most rewarding, of my day. Raising children frequently brings me face to face with my own ignorance, foolishness, and inadequacies. My children presented me with problems I never anticipated, disobey in ways I never imagined, and bless me in ways I only dared to dream.”
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“As it turns out, “disgust” is relative—yet another of the half-million interlocking social constructs which impede our desires, enrich various wealthy profiteers and, in this particular instance, prevent us from dining on diseased rat carcasses.”
R.C. Sproul explains what the Roman Catholic Church believes about justification.
Sam Storms writes: “Will the debate ever end about the identity of the 144,000 servants in Revelation 7? Perhaps not, but I hope these ten truths will contribute something to our understanding of who they are and what they do.”
How many of these sites have you used? How many do you still use today?
“Fire evacuees had minutes, or seconds, to save memories. Here’s what they grabbed.” What would you take from your home if you had just minutes to choose?
I hate clickbait. I absolutely despise it. Clickbait is lazy. It’s manipulative. It’s distracting and disappointing. It’s an abomination. Death to clickbait!
Love can grow only if it is rooted in the soil of true obedience.—Alexander Strauch