Weekend A La Carte (March 13)
Grace and peace to you this particular weekend in all your own service and in all your worship.
My gratitude goes to Baker Books for sponsoring the blog immediately with “ Do We Really Believe in Equal rights? ” It is sponsors and patrons who have keep this site heading!
Today’ s Kindle offers include some classics and some of the lesser-known works of Chemical. S. Lewis.
(Yesterday on the blog: The particular Inadvertent Trailblazer)
God’s Law Library
Joel Belz makes some clever observations about the variations between our laws and God’ h. “ God’s guidelines tend to be few, easy, noncontradictory, and sufficient to stand long use without constant upgrading. Man’s laws—even when well intended—tend to be complex, lengthy, repeated, full of contradictions, plus constantly in need of revision and amendment. ”
We Will See His Face
David Mathis writes about the beatific vision, which is a elegant term to describe the particular wondrous reality that will Christians will see Our god. “ As animals who seek pleasure, this is the great Joy to come, the moment whenever we, at last, stand face to face before our Our god to perceive your pet visually and instantly and more. ”
Born Expectant: Aphids Invade with an Onslaught of Imitations (Video)
God has certainly created some distinctively strange creatures.
Still A lot more Humility
We all want to be very humble, but we don’ t often desire to be humbled, do all of us? “ While nobody actually enjoys the feeling of being humbled, we never can have too much Christ-like humility this part of glory. So let us run to become last for the sake of Christ, for in because of time, He will raise us up. ”
How can COVID Permanently Modify Churches?
In this article, a whole collection of pastors state the way they think COVID might permanently change their own churches.
The Bridge Style That Helped Win World War II (Video)
What a neat little video on a single of the great improvements of the Second World War: the Bailey bridge.
The True Riches from the Church
“ On the final day I would instead stand with the orphans and the widows than with those this world honors. This simply seems to be the route more consistent with the heart of God as shown in the ministry of Jesus. ” It will, indeed.
Flashback: Suburban Sprawl and the Dying Dream of Community Churches
Here in the suburbs, church any more thing we all drive to and choose according to choice rather than proximity. I think it’s time we all reconcile ourselves to this as a fact of recent, suburban life.