I’m spending the day at Sing! 2019 in Nashville. In case you occur to see me, be at liberty to say hiya. I’ll even be making a couple of appearances on the free livestream for those who’re watching from afar.
Right now’s Kindle offers embody some titles which may be of curiosity.
(Yesterday on the weblog: These Have Been Good Days, However Onerous Instances)
What a candy letter!
Do you have to learn extra books or much less (fewer?)? Each, form of. “Books have had a profound affect on my life. I’ve at all times loved studying however there was one thing about highschool and being ‘forced’ to learn that I didn’t like. Later, although, I rediscovered my pleasure for studying and haven’t seemed again. I wouldn’t take into account myself a quick reader actually — I want I might learn sooner truly. However that hasn’t stopped me from consuming a couple of books through the years. And what I need to do on this put up is to encourage you to learn extra (and fewer) books…”
Wyatt Graham: “Have you ever wondered how to make a theological argument? While many tools can help us make arguments, there are four main steps to making a theological argument. Here they are…”
You’ll take pleasure in this.
That is good: “I get it. There are a lot of cautions and concerns we might justifiably have about people giving testimonies. Nonetheless, we should consider implementing personal testimonies, that is, the practice of remembering God’s wondrous works and celebrating his mighty deeds in our lives and churches.”
In case you’re into podcasts (or interviews) chances are you’ll take pleasure in this one I did for the Each Day a Monday podcast. I loved it, a minimum of!
R.C. Sproul properly tells how and the way to not deal with the e book of Proverbs.
The pleasures of this current world are pleasurable certainly. However the biggest of them should pale compared to the least pleasures of the world to return.
The worry of penalties could maintain us from committing the outward acts of homicide or adultery, however solely love will maintain us from committing homicide or adultery in our hearts. —Jerry Bridges