At present’s Kindle offers embrace principally classics, however some newer ones as effectively.
You may get pleasure from exploring Eikon, CBMW’s new journal for biblical anthropology.
(Yesterday on the weblog: Whether or not I Sink Too Low or Soar Too Excessive)
There are some beautiful photographs on this yr’s journey picture contest.
What an amazing promise. “We can die defiantly. We are able to look our final enemy sq. within the face, take one final breath, hear one final pulse of our coronary heart, and say this: I’ll breathe once more. This coronary heart will beat once more. This physique will rise once more. As a result of my sins are gone and my Savior received up from that grave!”
It is a unhappy however illuminating article on the rising plague of loneliness. It’s filled with tremendously attention-grabbing insights.
This sequence of graphics reveals how a lot life modifications if you’ve received children.
Vance Christie has a mini biography of a person with a well-recognized identify: Kraft.
This video reveals glimpses of how AI works and the way it’s educated (by you).
Vaneetha Risner: “Why does God take us into the wilderness? I’ve requested that query quite a few occasions, particularly once I’ve been surrounded by fears and doubts with no clear approach out. I’ve questioned how lengthy I would like to remain within the wilderness and if I’ll even make it by means of. The wilderness isn’t only a bodily place- it symbolizes intervals of darkness and wrestle, when life feels impossibly heavy and all the pieces appears grey. We enter when our lives aren’t unfolding as we deliberate, usually after we really feel misplaced, ineffective and alone.”
Whereas God makes it clear that we should preach the Phrase, he doesn’t specify one technique over the opposite. I’m wondering if now we have veered too far in a single route. This, in any case, is our tendency in almost all the pieces—to swing from wild excessive to wild excessive.
Even after we’re wave-tossed and misplaced at sea, Jesus stays the captain of the ship and the commander of the storm. —Elliot Clark