Cheap eBooks for your Kindle
Amazon’s got a bunch of great books on sale for the Kindle:
- 18 Words by J.I. Packer ($2.99)
- Connected Christianity by Art Azurdia ($2.99)
- Magnify the Lord by Martyn Lloyd-Jones ($2.99)
- His Blood Works by Alan Stibbs ($0.99)
- What Is the Mission of the Church? by Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert ($3.99)
- Word vs Deed by Duane Liftin ($3.99)
- Biblical Theology in the Life of the Church by Michael Lawrence ($3.99)
- The Sword, The Gift and The Kingdom by Bryan Liftin ($3.99 each)
- Sex, Dating and Relationships by Hiestand and Thomas ($3.99)
- Work Matters by Tom Nelson ($3.99)
- The Liberal Arts by Gene Fant ($2.99)
- Community by Brad House ($3.99)
Also, Abortion by R.C. Sproul is still free until the end of the month.
Unless you have a particular reason for preferring the slower comma, however, comma, not only may you begin a sentence with but: you really should do it. I tell my students this all the time. But they are slow to turn from their old ways, the reprobates.
In the first chapter of Revelation, “grace. . . and peace” is sent from three different sources: from God (“the one who is, and who was, and who is to come”), from “Jesus Christ,” and from “the seven spirits before [God’s] throne” (1:4-5). And who are the “seven spirits?” That‘s the question.
If you lead within a church, a ministry, a non-profit, a business or a community, you must be able to communicate in order to lead. As part of the communication responsibility, every leader must be able to inspire a shared vision. An inspired vision pulls people forward. It projects a clear image of a possible future and generates energy to strive toward the destination.