May 21, 2013

B003D0TAM8.01._SX490_SCLZZZZZZZ_V190274968_Our prayers are with the folks in Oklahoma. For some, the tragedy must be almost overwhelming. Sam Storms, who pastors in Oklahoma City, responds to the tragedy. In a somewhat similar way, Al Mohler grapples with the task of reconciling God’s power and love with an event like this. I appreciate Job’s assessment of personal tragedy (Job 1:21): “The Lord gave and the Lord takes way, blessed be the name of the Lord.” He said God is behind his tragedy in some sense and therefore he praises Him. We can’t sort it all out be we can rest in what God is doing

How are we to understand Romans 7? What does the normal Christian life look like? Kim Riddelbarger helpfully clarifies the issue.

Many of us strive to be decent writers. I know of several in our church who are attempting to write a novel. Some of us just want to be able to string together a few logical sentences in way that actually says something. I’m always looking for ways to hone what skills I have. Justin Taylor who is an editor for Crossway offers four suggestions about writing well.

One of the best ways to become a good writer is to read a lot. Stephen Altrogge’s short works of fiction are free today for Kindle.

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