I’m so thankful to Children’s Hunger Fund for once again sponsoring the blog to tell you about some of their remarkable programs. “Our mission,” they want you to know, “is to deliver hope to suffering children by equipping local churches for gospel-centered mercy ministry.”
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(Yesterday on the blog: The Toxic War on Masculinity)
“What do you need right now? What would make you genuinely, blissfully, permanently happy if you just had it right now? Ultimately, the answers to that question fall into one of just two categories: either ‘gain is godliness’ or ‘godliness is gain.’” Justin explains the difference.
He will, indeed. And what a day that will be.
This question is asked quite often, I find.
Where did Satan come from, anyway?
“God gives us hundreds of reasons to be grateful every hour—and if you think I’m exaggerating, ask Him to make you aware of His gracious provisions surrounding you. Developing the habit and discipline of gratitude results in greater praise to God and greater happiness for ourselves.”
With another election looming in the not-too-distant future, Trevin counsels pastors to avoid two extreme reactions.
There is nothing in all the world as precious as a truly Christian church. There is nothing in all the world as dangerous as one that is merely Christianish. Choose your church well.
When our lives are united to Christ through faith, we have the assurance that our best days are always ahead of us and never behind us.—Scott Sauls