A weekly collection of links:
From the blog this week: Lloyd-Jones On The Mystery Of The Trinity
Some thoughts for us all to consider in our social media age.
“Ed Welch offers some advice related to connecting with and caring for other brothers and sisters in Christ at church this week, pointing us to two simple questions that have potential to deepen our relationships in profound ways.”
“We will only be truly content with what we have when we know that we have him. And we will remember that we have him when we hear and believe his voice.”
“‘God is dead! God remains dead! And we have killed him!’ Perhaps no other philosophical statement has had so broad an impact across so many different spectrums. For the atheist, it is a victory cry which is less satirical and more of a truthful statement, and for the Christian, this statement brings about a shudder and a cringe as it sounds beyond blasphemous.”
“I want to stop succumbing to the lies that my broken, sinful flesh (and the Enemy) are throwing at me. So that’s what I’m going to do. I may tremble as I write, but I’m going to write. Come what may, I’m putting my hand back to the plow.”
“With countless Bible studies are available for churchgoers, this shouldn’t be something we have to grapple with. Yet biblical illiteracy remains pervasive among us.”