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(Yesterday on the weblog: When Mother and father Really feel Like We Are Largely Failing Many of the Time)
Randy Alcorn writes about God’s promise to make up in heaven for the heartbreaks of this earth. “I believe the New Earth will offer us opportunities we wished for but never had. God’s original plan was that human beings would live happy and fulfilling lives on Earth. If our current lives are our only chances at that, God’s plan has been thwarted.”
Colin Smith is considering heaven as nicely. “Here, we go through seasons of feeling distant from God, and we want to have a new and fresh experience of God. But in heaven, you will be before His throne. You will be with Him, and you will enjoy Him forever!”
Vox explains why most of the new illnesses we’re seeing at the moment seem first in China. (Additionally, see Why Coronavirus Is Having a Greater Impression on World Airways Than 9/11 from WSJ.)
Rosaria Butterfield tells why intersectionality just isn’t a helpful analytical instrument for the church. “Churches and parachurch organizations should be aware: intersectionality will not serve the gospel. It will not help you become kinder, more aware of the world around you, or better able to deal with diversity. Rather, it will introduce a new set of false virtues and false vices into your ministry. Take heed to your ministry.”
Mike Emlet writes about why we give in temptation once more, and once more, and once more…
That is actually humorous! “I’m an illustrator and I have always had a personal goal to draw all 62 US National Parks, but I wanted to find a unique twist for the project. When I found that there are one-star reviews for every single park, the idea for Subpar Parks was born. For each park, I hand-letter a line from the one-star reviews alongside my illustration of each park as my way of putting a fun and beautiful twist on the negativity.”
Rick Phillips: “It seems that the many on-lookers who view an event such as this in the PCA with bewildered horror – and perhaps even more its fervent defense on social media – fail to appreciate the extent to which secular intersectional teaching has overwritten the logic of biblical holiness in the minds of our peers.”
How are younger Christians to reside in a different way of their speech and conduct? How can they attempt to reside godly lives?