Today’s Kindle deals include just a single solitary book. We will hope for better things for tomorrow.
Dave Hare shares three things he was told about adoption. He and his wife went ahead and adopted four children and now he looks back and responds.
GotQuestions has a helpful overview of Joel Osteen’s teachings, emphases, and heresies.
It’s a very comforting thought…
Kevin DeYoung runs through the primary differences between Protestants and Roman Catholics. “Should Catholics and Protestants treat each other decently and with respect? Of course. Will we labor side by side on important moral and social matters? Quite often. Can we find born again Christians worshiping in Catholic churches? I’m sure. But are the disagreements between Protestants and Catholics, therefore, negligible? Hardly. The differences still exist, and they still matter.”
This is a helpful short video on Greg K
“There’s a destructive cycle often lived out in Western, wealthy Christianity—and in my own heart. Here’s the cycle: We Christians believe we have a small calling, so we call on a small god, and we grow a small faith. Our small faith fuels our small calling, which in turn perpetuates our belief that our god is small and asks us to do small things.”
Are you distressed by what you’ve done? Do you hear whispers that you have sinned beyond God’s desire or ability to forgive? Let these illustrations comfort you. Listen to—no, see!—all that God does with your sin.
We sometimes think we have grabbed hold of God and found Him, but it is really the other way around. —G.K. Beale