Kindle deals for Christian readers
- Augustine by Gerald Bray
- Owen by Matthew Barrett and Michael Haykin
- Bavinck by John Bolt
- Packer by Sam Storms
- Newton by Tony Reinke
- Luther by Carl Trueman
- Edwards by Dane Ortlund
- Calvin by Michael Horton
- Warfield by Fred Zaspel
- Wesley by Fred Sanders
You know you’ve got a problem when Max Lucado calls you out.
There is a kind of anger that comes from our regenerate, Spirit-directed nature, even if it is unavoidably tainted by our indwelling sin as it passes through the defective filters of our minds and mouths. And because the Holy Spirit through David and Paul instructs us to “be angry,” it means some things must make us righteously angry.
So what does righteous anger look like in a Christian?
If our vision and mission does not include reaching the ends of the earth with the gospel, we are thinking too small. Our belief that the gospel is the true story for the world must move us to proclaim the gospel to the parts of the world that remain unreached.
Right after you were born, the blood and vernix on your body was washed off by a nurse or even your mom or dad. Have you taken a bath or shower since the day you were born? Of course you have. Our bodies continually become dirtied, requiring new cleansing. It is the same way with us spiritually. Even after we are born again by the Spirit of God (John 3:1–8), we continue to sin. We have to be washed for the first time by Jesus, but He also continues to wash us of our sins.
Fixed Fairy Tales; The Three Little Pigs
My kids love Fixed Fairy Tales. A LOT.
“What harm is there in creating and sharing a meme about how stupid President Obama is?” you may ask. Insulting memes, particularly regarding ideological or political issues are problematic for a number of reasons, but they are primarily problematic because of their brevity. The brevity of an insulting Internet meme, however hilarious, misrepresents the idea or people being insulted.