I have received a number on inquiries about Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. So, yes, I will be creating my usual roundup of deals from all across the internet that will be of special interest to Christians. Stay tuned over the holiday weekend and I’ll have them all listed for you.
Melissa Kruger: “I’m concerned that we’ve reduced Jesus to a spiritual cheerleader. And, in turn, that’s what we’ve become to one another.”
Warren Peel responds to a news story: “Isn’t it tragic that the very thing this girl was longing for was exactly what is being held out in the gospel? Isn’t it tragic that she put her trust in a quasi-scientific fairy tale for her hope of resuscitation life rather than the resurrection life the Lord Jesus Christ achieved when he rose from the dead on the third day?”
In this short video Mike Riccardi gives his thoughts on whether we should use a “sinner’s prayer” when speaking to someone about the Gospel.
This article (actually a book excerpt) discusses the shame people may feel when involved with a prodigal.
This Day in 1861. 155 years ago today abolitionist Julia Ward Howe penned the words to ‘The Battle Hymn of the Republic.’ It quickly became popular, especially after the Civil War. *
“God calls us to be thankful people. And it’s the very attitude of thanksgiving that can transform our lives. If you find yourself wandering down the dark path of depression and despair, here are six simple ways to fight for joy through gratefulness.”
And, on a similar subject…
Nick Batzig has shared a list of 10 sermons he considers life-changing. Maybe they can have just as deep an impact on you.
If you gain nothing else from this article, gain this: The value of a weekly review and planning session.
Satan knows well the power of true holiness and the immense injury which increased attention to it will do to his kingdom.—J.C. Ryle