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Growing in Grace- Links 7/4

From the blog this week: Walk in Wisdom for the Days are Evil

An $8.2 Million Judgment and $8.2 Million in Royalties Given Away: God’s Sovereign Grace in Your Life and Mine

Wow! What a story…be sure to check this out!

“See how God continues to use me going to jail and losing my job as a pastor and those lawsuits from child-killing clinics to further His Kingdom? What they intended for evil God really DID intend for good. It brings a big smile to my face.”

A Simple Method to Strength Your Prayer Life

“Today I want to share with you a simple way to deepen your prayer life. It requires discipline, time to pray (of course), and a desire to grow in godliness.”

5 Reasons to Preach on Predestination on Sunday Morning

“Predestination is one of the most hated and debated doctrines in the Bible. Yet, Charles Spurgeon said, ‘I am persuaded that the doctrine of predestination is one of the ‘softest pillows’ upon which the Christian can lay his head and one of the ‘strongest staffs’ upon which he may lean in his pilgrimage along this rough road.’ If that’s true, why is the doctrine of predestination avoided, demonized, and reserved for esoteric studies or theological debate? Consider these five reasons why predestination should be preached on Sunday morning to the gathered church.”

Messy Church History

“Just as the Scriptures have difficult things that we have to wrestle through, church history is equally messy and rarely without difficulty. ”

Podcast: The Dangers of the Prosperity Gospel with Costi Hinn

“On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave Jenkins and Costi Hinn discuss his personal involvement in the prosperity gospel, the history of the prosperity gospel, and how to respond to it and warn people about it, along with his new book, God, Greed, and the (Prosperity) Gospel: How Truth Overwhelms a Life Built on Lies (Zondervan, 2019).”

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