There are a few new Kindle offers at present; each are classics.
(Yesterday on the weblog: 10+ New and Notable Books for September)
Jesse Johnson lays out what you’re not listening to within the information (however needs to be).
Stephen McAlpine makes an astute commentary: “You can’t shame someone into ‘wokeness’. If you do it won’t last and it will only be surface anyway. In the end we do what we want. And unless we want to serve sacrificially, and unless we have a compelling enough reason for doing so that promises us we will never lose out if we do, then we will find ways to do what we want. It’s not woke to stay at home and look after your kids and do the housework share that you should be doing, if that’s what you want to do. That’s just all life-style choice”
Here’s a images gallery of nature at its silliest.
Identical to the title says—rules for marrying properly as an alternative of poorly. “Parents can teach their children to do two key precepts. First, unless God gives you the desire to remain single for kingdom-related reasons, pursue marriage. Marriage is the normal, biblical pattern for adults. But second, pursue marriage carefully and with wisdom. It is better to remain single than to enter unwisely into marriage.”
Lots of people at present assume so. Right here’s one missionary’s reply within the type of an open letter.
This jogs my memory that all of us make errors.
What an enchanting story. “The road I was traveling led to increasing hatred for the ‘enemies’ of America and the white race. They had to be stopped at all costs—the end justified the means. One night an accomplice and I attempted to bomb the home of a Jewish businessman in Meridian, Mississippi, but the house was staked out by a police SWAT team. My accomplice was killed, and I was shot four times at close range with shotgun fire. When I got to the hospital, the doctors said it would be a miracle if I lived 45 minutes.”
If our church buildings mirror God’s coronary heart for the misplaced, they are going to be full of individuals with issues, full of individuals displaying the implications of a lifetime of wandering.
True prayer is neither a mere psychological train nor a vocal efficiency. It’s far deeper than that – it’s a non secular transaction with the Creator of Heaven and Earth. —Charles Spurgeon