The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday PostThe Exuberant Goodness of the Creator. A short quote showing that God is far kinder to us and creation than we can imagine.

Does Netflix Make Christ More Precious to You? “What would that mean practically to regard everything in your life as loss compared to Jesus for the surpassing worth of knowing Jesus?”

If God Doesn’t Need Our Worship, Why Does He Command It? “Is it because he needs constant affirmation? Is he divinely insecure, so he requires us to praise him day and night? To tell him he’s good enough, smart enough and doggone it, people like him?”

Mormons Use Christian Words With Very Different Meanings. “Brett Kunkle explains how to navigate in conversation with your Mormon friends when the language is the same but the meanings are different.”

Advice for a Young Man Dating a Young Woman. “To all my 20-something friends, I honestly believe that every young man who is truly interested in entering into a marriage covenant with a young woman should embrace the following seven critical pieces of advice. Ignore them at the risk of missing out on the blessing. Embrace them and you can expect a depth of relationship experienced nowhere else.

Orwellian. A short video on the proper use of the word “Orwellian.” Even more important than the definition correction is the depiction of where our society is. Scary stuff.

Did Paul Cuss? My old Greek Professor puts his scholar’s cap on to study the use of one colorful word (the only Greek word my middle school students know) Paul used in the Bible.

Caring For Your Wife After a Miscarriage. “As a young man who has lost a child to miscarriage earlier this year, I vividly remember the difficult journey that my wife and I encountered in the loss of our first child. It is a path we still walk.”

Three Ways of Helping New Believers Understand the Bible. A few places to turn when we’ve never read the Bible before or when we don’t know where to turn.

My Hero. This guy.

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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