The Saturday Post(s)

urlStop Comparing Your Trials. “How many times have you looked at someone else’s suffering and thought, “How on earth do they keep going? I wouldn’t survive a day in that job, or with those disabilities, or with that many kids!” Then, after marveling at their endurance, you look at your own life and feel like the most miserable, sniveling excuse for a Christian ever to disgrace the faith.”

Two Great Theologians/Pastors Discuss the Theology of Spiritual Gifts. Take the opportunity to read two respected theologians graciously discuss their views about Spiritual Gifts. You can get to both from here and here.

How Does Hell Glorify God? “Many people think that, if it even exists, hell must reflect some defect in God’s character. Yet as hard as it may be for us to grasp, the reality is just the opposite: hell displays God’s glory.”

Old Testament Summary. “In this 10 minute video we give an overview of the key events that take place in the Biblical Story leading up to Jesus’ Birth. We’ve split it up into 5 Easy to remember sections, these are Eden, Election, Exodus, Empire and Exile and Return.”

Helping Someone Through the Salvation Experience. As a youth pastor, I found this to be helpful and instructive. “What should we say and what should we do when God grants us the privilege of harvesting a new follower of Christ?”

As You Prepare for the Bowl.

About Dana Dill

I'm a Christian, husband, daddy, pastor, professor, and hope to be a friend to pilgrims on their way home.
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1 Response to The Saturday Post(s)

  1. Glenn Dill says:


    I can’t get the Old Testament video sound to stop breaking up. Could you resend it separately?


    P.S. Great post

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