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A La Carte (September 12)

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Why Not Sin? – I like this answer: “Paul could have talked about the misery that sin brings, the pain that it inflicts upon others, the consequences which flow from it, or the penalty that Christ had to pay for it. But that is not where he first turns. He wants Christians to understand that we cannot easily entertain sin, because of our identity.”

An Unusual 9/11 Devotional – Indeed. But a good one.

Tomorrow – “It’s a word full of hope. A word brimming with fresh starts, new light, and waiting opportunity. Yes, tomorrow will be the day I’ll finally get this right. … But the promise of tomorrow deceives because tomorrow always becomes today.”

The Drama of Preaching – This article highlights one of the unique features and blessings of preaching.

The Song – Joshua Rogers has a review of the latest faith-based film.

Can it Still Be Heaven? – Randy Alcorn answers a common objection to heaven: Can it be Heaven if people are aware of anything bad on Earth?

Spurgeon

Beware of no man more than of yourself; we carry our worst enemies within us.

—C.H. Spurgeon

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