Kindle deals for Christian readers
- Brothers, We Are Not Professionals by John Piper—$2.99
- Augustine as Mentor by Edward L. Smither—$2.99
- Ministry Is… by Dave Earley—$2.99
- Pastoral Leadership is… by Dave Earley—$2.99
- Disciple Making Is… by Dave Earley—$2.99
- Those Who Must Give an Account by John Hammett—$2.99
- Transformational Church by Thom Rainer—99¢
- Everyday Worship by Trisha Wilkerson—$3.99
- Lives Jesus Changed by Simon Vibert—$2.99
- If I Should Die Before I Wake by Sinclair Ferguson—$3.99
- When Missions Shapes the Mission by David Horner—$2.99
Today is also $5 Friday at Ligonier, where you’ll find a number of great resources for sale, including:
- Herman Bavinck: Pastor, Churchman, Statesman, and Theologian by Ron Gleason (paperback)
- The Psychology of Atheism teaching series by R.C. Sproul (audio download)
- The Gospel Focus of Charles Spurgeon by Steven Lawson (ePub)
- The Mighty Weakness of John Knox by Douglas Bond (hardcover)
- What Is Reformed Theology? teaching series by R.C. Sproul (DVD)
The statement is simple: This is the day that the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it. Despite its simplicity, the rejoicing of the day is contingent upon the weighty assumptions packed into the first section. It’s only by embracing what’s between the lines of part A that we can really get to part B. Here’s what it might look like.
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This is shared in good fun (note: the last 30 seconds or so are a bit gross):
I recently sat with a group of young adults, men and women in their late teens and early twenties, and we spoke about singleness, dating, and courtship. Eventually the conversation advanced to marriage and to both the joys and the difficulties of marriage. We realized together that as these young adults are considering relationships and begin to pursue marriage, they are wondering how they can divorce-proof their marriages. Many of them have grown up surrounded by divorce and its effects. Some are afraid of commitment because they are afraid they may not be able to keep that commitment.
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These words of Christ really minister to me. The immediate context is this: Jesus has resurrected and he is issuing warnings and promises to his disciples. He is consoling them about his soon departure, saying he is going to send the Holy Spirit to guide them into all truth. He’s going to keep speaking to them, only now through the Holy Spirit, primarily through the Spirit-inspired new covenant Scriptures.