Day 9, Colossians 1:10: A Life that Pleases God! “And we pray this in order that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and may please him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God.” “Christian living is that which, through the knowledge of God, is… Continue reading 90 Days with Jesus, Day 9: Colossians 1:10: A Life that Pleases God!
Friends, This needs zero commentary. HT: The Ferry Blog jerry
Friends, I will state at the very beginning that this post is in no way, shape, form or otherwise an explicit or implicit endorsement of Senator Barack Obama for president. Regardless of how wonderful people think he is, regardless of how many think he is the new Messiah, regardless of how many people think his… Continue reading Who Speaks For You?
Friends, Today the author of Slice of Laodicea is lamenting things that are now, in her words, ‘optional’ in the church. She wrote: This is an apt description of evangelicals as well who now increasingly view cardinal doctrines like the deity of Christ, a literal hell, the substitutionary atonement and the Second Coming as optional.… Continue reading What’s Missing in the Church?
Friends, What is strange about this post is NOT the content per se, but the seriousness of the quotations attributed to certain people, the seriousness with which people are approaching this issue, the pride people are taking in the decision of the Spanish parliament. Spanish parliament to extend rights to apes I can only hope… Continue reading The Evolution of Mankind: Great Apes, the Right to Life, Abortion on Demand
Friends, Farewell to those who want an entirely pure church and purified church. This is plainly wanting no church at all.”–Martin Luther as quoted by Art Lindsley in Love the Ultimate Apologetic, 119 Soli Deo Gloria!
Friends, This is an excellent post at John Stackhouse’s blog. It concerns envy and ‘being ourselves.’ He writes: Well, there are two differences. First, the people in the second list are all contemporaries who do something similar to what I do for a living, namely, academic work in the humanities. (That’s why you may not… Continue reading John Stackhouse post on Envy