July 22, 2014
Mark Altrogge relates six critical truths about anger. Here is the first one: “Anger is not caused by other people or our circumstances. It comes out of our own hearts.”
How might we encourage a fellow saint struggling with sin. David Murray gives some direction.
Convert, pay tax, or die, Islamic State warns Christians describes the tragic situation in northern Iraq. Ten years ago there were 100,000 believers in Mosul. Today there are 200.
This is cool:
July 4, 2014
I know that almost everyone is out and about today, but I’m not. Here are a few links for those stuck at home on this hot, uncomfortable day:
First, a series of links about America. Kevin DeYoung discusses life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Ultimately, he is thankful that he can call himself an American. Gene Veith discusses some of what he loves about America. Finally, Russell Moore compares Jefferson’s wonderful legacy with impact of Christ’s empty grave.
Paul Tripp walks through two kinds of anger, one good and one bad. Anger lurks in many of our hearts.
Every now and then I get asked if cremation is okay. Nick Batzig attempts to deal with the issue from a Biblical perspective. The short answer for me that burial is best, yet I wouldn’t say cremation is wrong.