The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

Is It Sinful for Unmarried Folk to Make Out? We know the world says it’s ok, but does the Scripture? A note: if you don’t like what is said, make sure you have biblical reasons why. Also, take time to read the article it links to.

The Osteen Predicament. Joel Osteen is a crook and false teacher. Here is one reason why.

7 Signs You’re Spending Too Much Time on Your Phone. Some good counsel on a pervasive issue.

Don’t Divide God’s Word from God’s Work. This is vitally important for Christians to know. Read this and you will see why.

The Marriage Bed for the Exhausted Wife. I thought this was an excellent piece on a very common tension that many hard working wives/mothers have to deal with. “That far too familiar feeling comes over her heart again.  The man she married ten years ago is gently approaching her for sexual intimacy…again.  She used to love his romantic advances, but as the busyness and sheer exhaustion of life have settled in, a newfound bad attitude now pervades her thoughts on sex…”

The Ethic of Caring for the Sick. Did you know the ethic and impulse of caring for the sick is the fruit of the Christian worldview? Without Christ, none of this caring for the sick business makes any sense.

Do Babies Who Die Go to Heaven? A short post linking to some important articles on the matter.

My Old Friend, Routine. “With Routine in our lives, I wake up at the same time every day. I come downstairs at the same time. I pick up my Bible and read it at the same time. I log a few minutes of blog writing at the same time. I wake Aileen and then the kids at the same time. We troops downstairs and read the Bible together at the same time. We eat breakfast at the same time. We get dressed and ready at the same time. We go out the door at the same time, to get the school bus or hit the highway at the same time. It’s all so predictable. It’s all so anticipated. It’s all so formulaic. It’s all so awesome.”

Hearing Aid Enables a 7-Week Old to Hear for the First Time. 🙂

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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