The La Carte (February 1)
Grace to you and peace as you begin a new day time, new week, new month…
The new ESV Preaching Bible is a great 1 for pastors, and Westminster Books has it on sale regarding 50% off.
Today’ s Kindle deals include a pretty good list that will crosses a lot of genres.
(Yesterday in the blog: Threescore and Ten)
We have been Family Now
I love hearing how Christian believers in different areas grapple along with unique cultural quirks. Like here: “ In this culture, it’s very important that men who are not relatives never visit a woman wet, whether that’s swimming, wearing wet locks from a shower, etc . Moist hair and clothes are viewed as very sensual. So baptism, where a woman is publicly soaking wet, is the kind of event that could lead to solid feelings of shame, of dishonorably exposing oneself, a wife, sister, or daughter to the eyes of not related men. ”
Layers Of Story, Levels Of Sorrow, Layers Associated with Grace
Speaking of which, here’ s another cross-cultural article. “ This particular. has. been. a. week. What would you think of a high school girl who comes back to boarding school expectant? It’ s sad and complicated for her life, for certain. What if she was an orphan who had received generous aid? Feels frustrating or irresponsible. ”
The FAQs: What You Should Know About the Mexico Town Policy
You’ ve probably been listening to about the Mexico City Plan. Joe Carter explains what it’ s about.
Nanobots Show Guarantee with Artificial Muscle
This is neat. “ According to Revelation four: 11 , a choir around God’s throne declares that honor belongs to Your pet for His amazing creation. Evidence of His handiwork extends all the way down to bacteria. Whilst doctors still cannot completely copy the locomotor ability of bacteria, researchers have previously pumped out some promising designs. ”
The Lost We Like the Most
We expect many of us can identify with this struggle. “ What do we say when we’ve already said it all? How can we persevere in pursuing the lost all of us love? ”
In Days of Problems, the Church Matters
“ Psalm 20 is an anthem for the pandemic. It begins, ‘ Might the Lord answer you within the day of trouble! ’ And certainly, we’ve been living in trouble for the past 365 days—ever since we 1st heard about the novel coronavirus. ”
Flashback: Error Can Never Produce the consequence of Truth
In the event that genuine religious experience is definitely nothing but the impression of divine truth on the mind by the energy of the Ay Spirit, then it is apparent that a knowledge of the truth is essential to genuine piety. Error never can, under any circumstances, produce the effects of truth.
Sometimes we have disappointments, yet even these are really God’s appointments, as some day all of us shall find out. —J. R. Miller