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Weekend break A La Carte (May 29)

May God bless and keep a person as you serve your pet in the weekend ahead.

Today’ s Kindle offers include a list of classics.

(Yesterday on the weblog: New and Significant Christian Books meant for May 2021)

I actually do and I Will

“ There exists a glorious triumvirate in a Christian marriage: God…husband…wife. Through the scuffing and scars and struggling, your footing will end up more sure, only when you first bow in obedience to God. Ephesians 5: 21-33 has taken Jon and I years to practice and learn. It does not take simplest and most difficult formula to skin out. But it works. ”

The Shepherd of the Vulnerable

Jamie Charles: “ Our adversary also knows what makes the vulnerable Christian. It could be a besetting sin or intense suffering. It might be spiritual awareness or guilt. Or even, it might be something actual like pregnancy and postpartum. The satan goes for the slow, weak, unsuspecting, or naive. And we could be surprised to know that sometimes the weakest Christian is actually the one that is quite confident in herself. ”

Making Sense of Unanswered Plea

Amy Hall attempts to make sense of unanswered prayer. “ Really dont think we can understand why God answers some particular praying the way we want but not others, though we may know the two main goals Lord is working toward in and through our lives regardless of how he answers…”

Sheol, Hades, plus Gehenna: Are there Distinctions?

Jesse Johnson: “ Sheol, Hades, and Gehenna are all terms the Bible uses for your location that people go when they die. I’m often asked when those are the same location, and if so , why does the Bible utilizes different words to them? The answer is actually fairly straight forward, so let’s look at those three terms one at a time…”

Why is There the Cult of Youth in The Modern West?

Akos Balogh leans seriously on Carl Trueman in answering the question.

Does Everything Happen for the Reason? (Video)

Sinclair Ferguson provides an answer.

Flashback: A Warning To Those Exactly who Work With Words

You work in words, but your husband or wife does not. So when you can find decisions to be produced or arguments to be had, say your bit, but then step away and allow him or her to catch up, to form these thoughts, to make that will full reply.

If you are in Christ, your marks will not have the last word more than your life. His scars will. —Sarah Walton