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A La Carte (June 22)

May the The almighty of love plus peace be with you today.

(Yesterday within the blog: My Anchor Holds)

A Living On The Frontier

I think you’ ll enjoy looking over this latest article simply by Chris Thomas.

Was the Trinity Torn Apart in the Cross?

Was the Trinity ripped apart at the combination when Jesus cried “My God, my Lord, why have you forsaken me? ” Jonty Rhodes provides an solution here.

The Bird using a Leaf in The girl Mouth

Jared Wilson: “ We very much have to remember this gospel hope of a refurbished body and a refurbished creation through the work of Christ. We need to remember it daily because life is challenging. And God maintains calling us directly into difficult circumstances, straight into times of struggling and hardship. ”

Pastors: Why Your Local Influence is More Essential than the usual National Platform

This is a timely reminder that, to get pastors, local impact matters more than nationwide platform. “ Pastor A has a top-ranked podcast, a book deal from a well-known publisher, and 150, 500 Twitter followers. Pastor N is the treasurer on the local Rotary Club, is the assistant soccer coach at the middle school, and recently joined a bowling league. Both pastors have influence. Each are doing God’s will. Both enjoy their own callings. I will create a bold statement: Pastor B’s local influence is ultimately more vital to chapel health than Pastor A’s national platform. ”

Are Christian Mothers and fathers Too Protective of the Children?

I have often considered the way many Christian believers parents can be too protective of their children, which then leaves them under-equipped when they start to hear challenges towards the faith.

Who Is the Disciple Jesus Loved?

Who is the disciple Jesus cherished? And why did he refer to themself that way. John Piper explains here.

Who Was Bill Jennings Bryan?

Justin Taylor has an excellent small biographical sketch of William Jennings Bryan.

Flashback: How To Distinguish True Zeal from Fake Zeal

Zeal will cause a Christian to face problems that seem insurmountable or enemies that will seem impossible in order to defeat. It is a fireplace that burns actually stronger when fanned by hostility.

Those who will not be persuaded now to fly to the arms of work grace, which are extended to receive them, will never be able to flee from your arms of work wrath, which will immediately be stretched out to destroy them. —Matthew Holly