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(Yesterday at the blog I considered How To Grieve Like a Christian.)
Ray Ortlund has a wonderful letter to a would-be adulterer. But what he says is equally valuable to those who are not tempted to wander.
Simple: “Although there’s nothing inherently wrong with money, there’s something desperately wrong with devotion to money.”
This video explains just a little what an incredible impact the iPhone has had on us as individuals and on all of society.
“People say I’m naturally gifted at learning names. To some extent that might be true. The full truth, however, is I cheat. But before I tell you how I cheat, let me stress why—as a pastor—I labor to learn the names of those who attend our church.”
Aaron Armstrong says the gospel is more beautiful when we take sin seriously.
Matt Merker of Capitol Hill Baptists explains briefly that in their services they “Preach the Bible, read the Bible, pray the Bible, sing the Bible, and see the Bible.”
The heaven tourism genre has proven remarkably lucrative to authors and their publishers, tallying well over 20,000,000 books sold over the past decade. When 90 Minutes in Heaven was released in 2015 I teamed up with Josh Byers to prepare an infographic titled “Greetings From Heaven: A Modern History of Heaven Tourism.”
It is not enough to have a song on your lips. You must also have a song in your heart. —Fanny Crosby