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A La Carte (March 10)

Good morning! Grace and peace to you from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ.

At Westminster Books this week it can save you on items that well suited for giving away at or before Easter.

Why Converted Evangelicalism Has Splintered

This really is some good and helpful analysis from Kevin DeYoung. “ It is no secret that America is struggling with ever-deepening division plus polarization. Many of us are worried about the increasing bitterness, belligerence, and assault in our body politic. What concerns me even more are the sections in the church, in particular, the growing factionalism in the conservative evangelical Reformed world I inhabit. Whether the problem is on the right or even on the left (or both), there is little doubt that our Youthful, Restless, and Converted tribe is less young (and probably less Reformed? ), but certainly as stressed as ever. ”

The reason why Saudi Arabia Can be Building a Linear City (Video)

“ In The month of january of this year, Saudi Arabia announced an immense new development project, that is supposed to set a formula for the future of the country and the world. The country will build a city, that stretches together a single 100 distance long line. ” Here’ s why…

The Luck O’ The Hobbit

Keith Mathison begins with the luck from the hobbit and finishes with the providence associated with God.

What Does It Suggest To Count Everything Joy? (Video)

Scott Swain of RTS stocks what it does and mean to “ count it all pleasure. ”

Let Go of Lies About Heaven: Eight Common myths Many Believe

Randy Alcorn explains some of the most unhelpful myths about heaven. “ In an age when people try to create doctrines more appealing by ignoring or turning biblical truth, here is the irony—the correct biblical doctrine of Heaven is far more attractive than the boring, inhuman view from the afterlife that has lengthy prevailed in evangelicalism. That off-putting viewpoint still imprisons several believers. Based on numerous interactions I’ve acquired with readers from the book and others in the last sixteen years, here are eight persistent myths about Heaven. ”

The girl Did What The girl Could

“ ‘ She did what the girl could, ’ Christ said. She had taken her life savings in the form of perfume and anointed His head, weeping within gratitude for Their love. For His gaze, noticing the girl in her common life. ”

Two-kingdoms: the Riches of Reformational Political Thought

There are deeply riches in the great Reformed thought if only we’ re willing to look back. Brad Littlejohn demonstrates that will well in this article around the two kingdoms.

Flashback: There are All the Time I Need

We can really feel reassured by demands and strangely encouraged by it, even as it saps us of strength and keeps us from sensation as if we are doing well at even certainly one of our responsibilities.

One may be a hero in God’s view and yet never listen to a hurrah from any human lip area. —J. R. Miller