Growing in Grace- Links 8/2

From the blog this week: The Biblical Evidence for the Humanity of Christ

The Importance of Biblical Community

“I am a sociable introvert who loves to be home 99% of the time. Prior to listening to this series, it would be very rare to find me inviting people over to our home on a regular basis. But the Holy Spirit convicted me that I did not revere this practice; rather, I dreaded the idea of it. Acts 2:42,46 say the believers were devoted to breaking bread, from house to house, with joyful and sincere hearts.”

Transitioning to College for the Glory of God

Some helpful tips for many of you going to college in a few weeks:

“While an on-campus Christian community is important, it isn’t enough. An effective transition to college includes a transition into a local church where students can grow as they sit under the preaching and teaching of God’s Word and faithfully serve.”

Walking the Path of Lament

“Tears dripped down my cheeks and puddled on the dining room table as I listened. My grandmother has lived many hard things: infertility, adoption, early widowhood, loneliness, ill health, and now blindness. How can she lament her circumstances but still hold so fiercely to her Lord?”

The Three Little Words that Change Everything

“Paul asks “If God is for us, who can be against us?” (Rom. 8:31). There’s a freedom from worry that comes with knowing that God is for you. Paul isn’t saying there will be an absence of opposition, but that opposition will be incapable of wrecking our faith. We will believe without wavering.”

 

 

James Williams

Trying to live this life to the glory of God and help others in the process. Only by His grace!

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