Good morning! The Lord be with you and bless you today.
Jon Bloom: “In recent years, I have watched churches I love dearly fracture, and even break apart. And in the cases I have in mind, the breaks weren’t over doctrinal disagreements or gross immorality, but over offenses given and taken. Longtime friends, having lost trust in one another, could no longer fellowship together.”
Justin Huffman briefly explores some of what it means that God is our Father.
Planned Parenthood has begun to confront the notorious racism of its founder. Joe Carter suggests there are some other things it ought to apologize for as well.
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“As the oldest of six and a mother of six, I have done my share of house cleaning. My hands have scrubbed many a toilet, dusted countless surfaces and mopped more kitchen floors than I’d care to count.”
Students at secular colleges would do well to read Michael Kruger’s open letter.
You’ll probably enjoy this latest video from the John 10:10 Project. “On a planet filled with living organisms that are wonderfully equipped to travel though water, one surprising creature stands out as the most efficient swimmer of them all…”
This passage does not warn us that when we skip church we put ourselves at risk. Rather, it warns us that when we skip church we put other people at risk. The first sin of skipping church is the sin of failing to love others.
It is in sin that the only delight of natural men is; but in holiness they have no more delight than a fish upon the earth, or a sow in a palace. —Thomas Boston