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Weekend A La Carte (May 9) - Tim Challies

Weekend A La Carte (Could 9) – Tim Challies


At present’s Kindle offers embody fairly a glance of strong books; there are some classics (like there are each Saturday) in addition to just a few newer works. If you happen to’ve by no means learn Packer’s Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God, now’s the time!

(Yesterday on the weblog: The Finest Day by day Bible Studying Plan for Children)


We Can’t Go Again, So Let’s Go Ahead

Janie B. Cheaney: “In each case of collapse, we will’t return. And in the end that’s to the nice, as a result of the God of historical past is main us ahead. Attempting to get again to the Backyard—a perfect state of concord and lots—tends to breed simply the alternative.”

I Simply Flew. It Was Worse Than I Thought It Would Be.

On the one hand this text is nearly an expertise of flying, however on the opposite it has a key commentary which I’ve italicized within the quote: “The issues we miss most about our pre-pandemic lives—dine-in eating places and leisure journey, karaoke nights and baseball video games—require greater than authorities permission to be loved. These actions are predicated not solely on shut human contact however mutual affection and good-natured endurance, on our means to place up with each other. Governors can carry restrictions and firms can implement public-health protocols. However till we cease reflexively seeing individuals as viral threats, these outdated small pleasures we crave are more likely to stay elusive.” (See additionally: The Way forward for Journey)

Flattery is Not Encouragement

“Lurking in the shadow of every good gift from God is a twisted perversion that seeks to imitate and destroy. These destructive copycats disguise themselves as good but are actually out to cause chaos and confusion.” This text reveals how flattery is a damaging copycat of encouragement.

The Case for Humility in Our Coronavirus Period

Bruce Ashford has a level-headed name for humility.

‘Obedience Will Make You Miserable’

“There are at least two ways to please the devil when it comes to the pursuit of holiness. The first way, of course, is to run from holiness altogether — to flee, with the prodigal, to the far country of this world, away from the Father’s home (Luke 15:11–13). The second way, perhaps even more dangerous than the first, is to pursue holiness (or what we imagine holiness to be), and yet not be happy about it.”

The right way to Pray for Your Pastor Throughout Lockdown

Pastors are having to adapt their ministries attributable to lockdowns, so for that motive amongst all the same old ones, it’s a good suggestion to be praying for them. Right here’s how.

The Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy

Tabletalk has a superb introduction to the fundamentalist-modernist controversy of the early twentieth century.

Flashback: Success that Exceeds Sanctification

I ask the Lord to not give me success that exceeds my sanctification. After which I ask that he’ll make me more and more holy, that he’ll develop my Christian character, sanctify me in better measure, that I could have extra success and steward it properly and for his glory.

Weekend A La Carte (Could 9) - Tim Challies

Scripture treats religious warfare as a standard, on a regular basis a part of the Christian life, and so we should always as nicely. It’s not about spooky particular results. It’s about how we predict, really feel, stay, want, and act within the presence of our enemies. —David Powlison

Weekend A La Carte (Could 9) - Tim Challies

Weekend A La Carte (Could 9) - Tim Challies Weekend A La Carte (Could 9) - Tim Challies Weekend A La Carte (Could 9) - Tim Challies Weekend A La Carte (Could 9) - Tim Challies

Weekend A La Carte (Could 9) - Tim Challies

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