Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Saturday Post(s)

Donald Trump Discusses His Favorite Books of the Bible. LOL city. “Numbers & Deuteronomy: NO ONE has more respect for the Mosaic Law than me. I have never once broken it.” Roman Catholics & the Bible. One (among several) important difference … Continue reading

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The Treasure of the Gospel

Thomas Guthrie: “In the blood of Christ, to wash out sin’s darkest stains, in the grace of God to purify the foulest heart, in peace to calm life’s roughest storms, in hopes to cheer guilt’s darkest hour, in a courage … Continue reading

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Self Interest Isn’t (Always) Sinful

Though there are all sorts sinful forms of self-interest, self-interest itself isn’t inherently sinful. In fact, there are a lot of good forms of self-interest the Bible approves of and even uses as motivators to live faithful lives. Wayne Grudem … Continue reading

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Hey Christian, Are You Happy?

J.C. Ryle: How is it, people often ask, that so many professing believers have so little happiness in their religion? How is it that so many know little of joy and peace in believing, and go mourning and heavy-hearted towards … Continue reading

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The Saturdays Post(s)

10 Resolutions for Mental Health. John Piper with a great list. I appreciated #10 a lot. “I shall bet my life on the assumption that this world is not idiotic, neither run by an absentee landlord, but that today, this … Continue reading

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A Tender Jesus Isn’t Enough

Jesus is tender, meek, and mild. He is a precious friend who comforts us, nourishes us, and fills our souls with His peace. But, that is not all He is and that is not all we need Him to be. … Continue reading

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Feelings, Emotions, & God

Feelings are surprising, powerful, painful, pleasurable, and complex and because of that, a lot of people don’t exactly know what to do with their emotions. Some folks treat their emotions like they’re a curse and do all they can to … Continue reading

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