Dr. Stuart Devenish makes four observations for Christian couples. He writes
“if our faith isn’t being put to work in our marriage-relationships,
it can hardly be put to work in relationships outside of marriage”
The follow-up to last week’s post on why you should not waste your time or money on the upcoming movie of The Shack. Challies has three excellent points (he had me at allegorical fiction). Read this, and you’ll be persuaded that life is too short for bad films.
If the world, the flesh, and the devil continually tempt us to pride, and humility is essential for spiritual progress, what are some practical steps that we can take to kill our pride and grow in humility?
Pastor Scott Slayton reminds us of why Christians never graduate from the gospel, but being saturated in it every day through the means of grace given to us is where we find strength to grow in Christ-likeness.
For all I’ve read, the conferences and speakers I’ve attended to and tuned in to on disability, the gospel, and the people of God, I really don’t know 1% of what there is to know. I make articles like this a regular part of my reading diet to help open my eyes. After all, you don’t know what you don’t know.
The Three Gods Riddle
If you love logic (really love logic), then this super tricky logic puzzle is supposed to be up there with the best of them. I can see why.