The Theology of C.S. Lewis by Kevin Livermore (0.99); Man: The Dwelling Place of God by A.W. Tozer (0.99); The Everlasting Man by G.K. Chesterton (0.99); Humility by Andrew Murray (0.99); Do More Better: A Practical Guide to Productivity by Tim Challies (5.99)
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Quote of the Day
“The Word of God gives us great help in attaining the peace we need. It is living, very lively and active in seizing the conscience of the sinner, in cutting him to the heart, and in comforting him and binding up the wounds of the soul. It is powerful. It convinces powerfully, converts powerfully, and comforts powerfully.”
“In 1943, Winston Churchill interrupted his regular routine of nighttime writing, early morning bathtaking, and all-day world-saving to deliver a speech at Harvard University. At one point in the speech, Churchill delivered one of his greatest epigrams: ‘The empires of the future are the empires of the mind.'”
“These days, the real adventurers are those who set sail for the risky land of Christian orthodoxy. The real brave men and women are those who consistently go to church, observe the sacraments, hear the word, and submit themselves to the discipline of the church. In an age of autonomy, it’s those who subject their thoughts, behaviors, and passions to an exclusive Sovereign that are the brave few. Those may not be the memoirs we’re interested in today, but they’ll be the ones that last tomorrow.”
“A healthy church begins with healthy church leaders. It’s easy to assume someone serving ‘in ministry’ has things all together, but you and I both know this can certainly be far from the truth at times. Church leaders are human, which means they are fallible (*gasp!*) and will never perfectly exhibit these characteristics of healthy church leaders.”
“Dr. Kent Brantly and his wife, Amber, put a name and face on the Ebola epidemic during the summer of 2014. The missionary couple was serving in Monrovia, Liberia, when Kent got the devastating news that he had contracted the deadly disease.”
“I was somewhat surprised, after I posted about Jesus’ use of the diminutive κυνάριον in his delightful conversation with the Syrophoenician woman (Matt 15:26–27), to have several people make comments like this one:
‘Was the historical Jesus really speaking Greek with the woman? If not, then many things change about your study and conclusions.'”
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