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Growing in Grace- Links 7/27

From  the blog this week: 6 Reasons Christians Should be Readers

Bookend Your Day with the Bible

“We know this to be true on a cosmic, grand scale. But is it true for our twenty-four-hour days? If God is the Alpha and the Omega of our universe, why should his Word not be the Alpha and the Omega of our Tuesday? ”

Why You Should Have That Difficult Conversation

“Those of us who don’t enjoy conflict come up with a bevy of rationalizations to avoid the difficult conversation we know deep down we ought to have. Maybe we’ll make it worse. We might hurt someone’s feelings. It might “change the relationship,” so to speak. Or we just don’t want someone to get angry with us.”

What Makes Charles Spurgeon Relevant Today?

“We have a tendency to distract ourselves from Christ towards many good things, doctrines for instance, that might take away from Christ. Jesus becomes just one brick in the wall of our system rather than, as Spurgeon saw him, the sun in the solar system of our theology and thinking.”

God Created Family to Carry Out His Will

“Every child is meant to enter this world into a family made up of a man and woman bound by marriage. This kind of family provides the setting, the stability, and the sense of belonging in which a child can best thrive. Family is meant to provide the primary network of love and care that will welcome people into this world, nurture them to adulthood, and love them for a lifetime.”

It’s the Who Not the Why That Counts

An encouraging poem…check it out!

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