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An Open Letter to Homo sapiens

Tim Kimberley:

Dear Homo sapiens,

This has been a rather unfortunate week for you. . . . A vile disease spread through your species this week. I don’t see it as frequently as in prior times and prior places but for some reason it struck twice this week. Please heed immediate caution. If you desire the Olympic games to go smoothly, do your best to eradicate the spread of this disease. If honesty continues to spread there will be no limit to its brutality.

Adoniram Judson: How Few There Are Who Die So Hard!

Desiring God:

Originally an address to pastors, Piper’s biography of Judson is now available in a short e-book that leads us to ask the same challenging question, “Might God be calling you to fill up what is lacking in the sufferings of Christ, to fall like a grain of wheat into some distant ground and die, to hate your life in this world and so to keep it forever and bear much fruit?”

Sin-created walls

Ray Ortlund:

Churches with the discernment (there are biblical limits to our elasticity) and courage (wall-cracking is always criticized) to unite people from both Americas, as one under Jesus, will exert prophetic influence.  Churches limited to one America or the other, however sincere, will have less impact.

10 Reasons You Should Read the Book of Job

Jonathan Parnell:

God is sovereign and he is good. These are the twin theological pillars of childlike faith. Bigger and smarter than we are, all that God does is aimed at our benefit in Christ. But as simple as it seems, this truth isn’t always easy to embrace.

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