The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday PostHow Do You Raise Christians? The simple fact is that your best efforts cannot guarantee salvation for your children, but your bad example could be a great hindrance to the work of the gospel in their hearts. While you might not be able to singlehandedly win them to the Lord, your influence runs deep and helps set the course for their lives.

The Bible on Abusive vs. “Committed” Same-Sex Relationships. A very helpful read on a very popular argument. Take the challenge. “Here’s my question to all Christians who argue based on Scripture that homosexuality is a sin: How would you respond to this kind of argument?

6 Books to Help You Preach the Gospel to Yourself. “Here are six books to help you beat the gospel into your head.”

50 Things a Mother Needs to Do in the Next 20 Minutes. Thank God for mamas. “I could think of at least fifty things that a mother of small children generally needs to do within the next twenty minutes.”

Brief Reflections on the Oral Arguments from Supreme Court. “Before yesterday’s oral arguments on gay marriage at the Supreme Court, I had contended that the Court’s decision was pretty much a foregone conclusion. I predicted that by the end of June, the Court would rule gay marriage to be a Constitutional right. Now that the case is in, I have listened to all of the arguments made by attorneys on both sides of the question. I have also listened to the Justices’ grilling of those attorneys, and I can say this.”

Ligonier is on YouTube. “Ligonier Ministries has just added some of their best teaching series to YouTube (The Holiness of God, Chosen by God, etc).”

God Owes Me Nothing. A needed reminder.

Connect the Spirit With Truth. Good counsel here. “I have seen more than one person come to reject biblical theology—even regarding the doctrine of salvation—after they became impressed with the spirituality of a particular writer or speaker who eventually led them astray.”

The Most Impressive 5-Seconds You’ll See Today. Wowzers.

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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