Weekend break A La Carte (June 19)
May the Lord bless and keep a person as you enjoy him this weekend.
(Yesterday on the blog: It’s All Chocolate)
The Good Commission
I’ ve examine many articles on the similar theme, but this one added a fascinating element: the notion associated with “ the good commission. ”
A Good Friday Trip
Sophia Lee tells regarding an evangelistic possibility and how it made her reconsider just how astonishing and offensive the gospel is certainly. I’ m very sure I’ ve had pretty much that same conversation many times with many Uber motorists!
We are My Father’ s i9000 Son
Greg Lucas: “ I was sitting along with my dad by his hospital bed viewing him sleep, at least he was wanting to sleep. The Parkinson’s disease caused your pet to shake uncontrollably. Even after two enhancements in his brain to calm the tremors, he still experienced little use of his fine motor abilities. It was difficult to look at him within this state, but still We watched, thinking about his life. Thinking about my life. ”
Honoring Your Dad When He’s Evil
Jennifer Greenberg considering reverance toward a dad who was downright wicked. “ In our loved ones, I was taught in order to honor my father and mother, forgive others, and not gossip, but homes warped by abuse have their very own language. ‘ Forgive’ meant pretend you’re happy, even when you’re covered in bruises. ‘ Honor your father’ meant obey him, even when you’re terrified he might you do not. And we were repeatedly warned not to ‘ gossip, ’ which meant telling anyone the truth. ”
The Word That Never Fades
“ On our first visit, this sweet church member wept when we interceded with her. Although her memories conflict with the present plus it’s challenging for her to stay rooted at the moment, the habits of faith that this wounderful woman has built her lifestyle upon still appear to anchor her along with recognition of the Lord’s presence. Wherever her mind may vacation, He is ever along with her. ”
What Can We Learn About Prayer Through the Life Of Christ?
Writing for Equip Indian Churches, Dion Steinhauer offers lessons on prayer from the life of Jesus.
Using the H-Word
“ I think Christians need a ‘ come to Jesus’ moment over their flippant use of the ‘ H-word. ’ Simply no, I’m not talking about using the biblical phrase Terrible as being a cuss word (which is an issue). I am talking about our informal use of the term heresy . ”
Flashback: Are You Happy to Carry the Pins?
… whether they carried the most ay or the most common products, their responsibility was to answer God’s call and to faithfully and joyfully accomplish their task. We can learn from them.