Today’s Kindle deals include several interesting books. My pick of the day is Todd Friel’s Reset for Parents.
Joe Thorn: “God’s command for us to love our neighbor as ourselves, to seek their good, is a call for us to be intrusive. It’s counter intuitive to many of us who have come to believe in the value of keeping our distance, but God wants us to have them in our homes, and he wants us to be in their business.”
This is a worthy topic to consider on the day between Good Friday and Easter.
This article may over-state the case a little, but the big point is, indeed, a concern.
“The first Adam yielded to temptation in a garden. The Last Adam beat temptation in a garden. The first man, Adam, sought to become like God. The Last Adam was God who became a man. The first Adam was naked and received clothes. The Last Adam had clothes but was stripped. The first Adam tasted death from a tree. The Last Adam tasted death on a tree. The first Adam hid from the face of God, while the Last Adam begged God not to hide His face.” And we’re just getting started.
This is really neat: Christianity Today explains how “female missionaries have propelled the movement to bring Scripture to every tribe and tongue.”
“Most of what God is doing in the world does not happen on Twitter and happens through people who don’t have a byline and who don’t receive royalty checks.”
Go to the ant! “For ants, war is full of tiny dangers. A six-legged soldier might face snapping termite jaws, lost limbs, and lurking spiders. Luckily, they have some help: other ants, who, scientists say, will take time after a battle to carry their injured comrades back to the nest.”
I found this quite interesting. One big and obvious takeaway is that you should like and share content if you want other people like you to see it.
Here are 7 books I would definitely read and recommend.
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We can stop pleading with God to show us the future, and start living and obeying like we are confident that He holds the future. —Kevin DeYoung