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A La Carte (June 12)

A La Carte (June 12)

Right this moment’s Kindle offers embrace a number of books (like Echoes of Exodus).

You should definitely take a look at Westminster Books for some offers on books for youngsters.

Non secular Fruit Grows Slowly

I discovered this an encouraging reminder that though non secular development usually occurs slower than we’d like, that doesn’t make it any much less actual.

Meditation Apps and the Gospel of Self-Optimization

“Meditation-via-app has become fashionable recently, popularized by the likes of Lionel Messi, Novak Djokovic, and Katy Perry, who practice it to boost their performance. Historically, however, meditation had different purposes. The practice was tethered toward encountering the transcendent.” However what’s behind these apps?

You Can Hate Abortion and Love Ladies

Scott Klusendorf: “What’s driving the abortion controversy is not who loves women and who hates them. Rather, it’s a serious philosophical debate about who counts as one of us. Either you believe that each and every human being has an equal right to life, or you don’t.”

Life in 2019

“The month of June has been a difficult month for Biblical Christians. Our newsfeeds, emails, Twitter accounts, and various other forms of media have bombarded us with negative news. At least my own  news thread has been negative and discouraging. I think that many of you are in the same situation.”

Don’t Cancel Your Church Companies

Darryl Sprint provides some causes you shouldn’t simply cancel church companies for the sake of relaxation or different actions. “The real problem is that our ecclesiology — the doctrine of the church — has become weak…”

Huge Ghettoes for the Previous

That is so very unhappy. “They have no lifts, shops or medical services – yet they are home to mostly poor, elderly people. Guardian Cities and the Waseda Chronicle investigate Tokyo’s massive ‘homes for solitary death.’”

Marriage Is for Mission

Jen Oshman: “We have been on the mission discipline for lower than six months when not only one, however two partnering households needed to go away due to marital unfaithfulness. In each circumstances, the {couples} had been married for over a decade, had a number of youngsters, and collapsed in ethical failure. In a single household it was the husband, and within the different it was the spouse.”

Flashback: When Sin Seems to be Scrumptious

Do you ever have these days the place you simply need to sin? Sin appears scrumptious whereas righteousness appears distasteful…What do you do on a day like that?

A La Carte (June 12)

Devil can not deny however that nice wonders have been wrought by prayer. Because the spirit of prayer goes up, so his kingdom goes down. —William Gurnall

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