The La Carte (June 21)
Good morning. May sophistication and peace be with you on this time and through the 7 days ahead.
Today’ s Kindle deals are a bit of a hodgepodge, but there are lots of options.
(Yesterday for the blog: The Children’s Hour)
When I Uncovered I Had 3 Fathers
This is quite an article by Blair Line. “ When my grandmother died in the summer of 2019, my family bought our black suits and dresses and packed our hand bags. After the service, a family member commented about a composition I recited during the service, ‘ Lil Man’s daughter is so talented. ’ The comment caught me personally by surprise. It wasn’t because of the suffering we shared, neither because of the generous supplement he had given. It was because Lil Man is not my father’s nickname. Dee is. ”
Jen Hatmaker Stops “church” and Invites You to Join The girl
Joshua Rogers: “ I quit being component of a church for a couple months when I is at my mid-twenties. I used to be a regular churchgoer our whole life, so it was not something I (or those who knew me) expected. ”
The Power of Reviling and the Reaction of the Gospel
“ We are convinced that the solitary biggest thing that will keeps Christians on the western part of the country from being open up about their trust is the specter of being reviled. ” I’ d tend to concur.
Exactly why Do You Want to Be Content?
We take it as a given that we all want to be joyful. But have all of us considered why we want to be delighted?
Exactly what Meek Family Leadership Looks Like
Justin Huffman offers some thoughts on what it looks like to guide your family while showing meekness.
The Ordinary War with Irritability
Bobby Scott: “ If your consistent response to testing circumstances or even challenging people is to become annoyed or angry, then you are irritable. But There are good news for you. Because of Jesus, believers might have godly attitudes even when our patience is certainly tried, and we don’t have to make self-justifying excuses when we don’t. We are able to confess our failure as sin, knowing Jesus forgives. ”
seven Ways Not To Provoke Your Children
This article by Oyewole Akande was composed specifically for an Africa context, but does apply far beyond.
Flashback: Lord Does Not Owe All of us a Happy Ending
There is certainly danger in our dedication to happy endings. We may come to believe that God extends his goodness and elegance only in individuals situations that end happily.
… what is the best means of cheerfulness in such a globe as this? How will we get through this valley of holes with least pain? I know no better means than the normal, habitual practice associated with taking everything to God in plea. —J. C. Ryle