The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

God Actually Spoke to Me. A story of a man who heard the voice of God.

Mizzou & a More Excellent Way. An amazing story demonstrating the power of the gospel and the hope of true reconciliation. “This gentleman started loudly singing the following words: “Too many niggers, too many niggers.” Immediately I turned around and stared at this man. He stopped, looked at me, and said, “This city is the rape capitol of the world, and you’re surprised, nigger?” He turned around. He walked away.”

France: A Fabric Torn. I always appreciate Piper’s thoughts on current events. This is especially sobering and focusing.

In Light of Paris, Pray Psalm 10. If you are struggling for the words to pray in the face of such evil, consider lifting up the words of Psalm 10…

Six Questions to Ask When Studying the Bible in a Group. Really good stuff for youth or church groups. “Whether you’re reading alone, or with another person one-on-one, or in a small group, this method gives you five things to look for in every passage.”

The Illusion of Respectability. Good thoughts for the noggin. Love the story about Van Til.

You Are Meant to Move Mountains. I loved this and was challenged by it. “The faith of God’s people is the channel through which God chooses to manifest much of his glory that results in the conversion of unbelievers. If we have little faith, then little glory is seen through us. We must not be content with this.”

3 Good Reasons to Be Re-Baptized. There are a lot of bad reasons to get baptized so it’s important to know the good reasons to get re-baptized. Here’s three good ones.

Why I Am a Complementarian. “By complementarianism, I mean the view that men and women are equal as God’s fellow image bearers, but nonetheless have some differences of role in the church and in the home. The way I like to put it is equal, but not interchangeable.” Why does he hold those views? Read on.

How Should You Relate to Your Pastor? The church needs more of this sober-minded, biblical-anchored kind of counsel.

Pizza Rat. Scaring folks is fun.

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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