The Daily Fill (02/23/16)

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Quote of the Day

“I never saw a fruit-bearing Christian who was not a student of the Bible.”

D. L. Moody


Worth Reading

Socialism Is Evil

“In a recent blog post I urged the biblical basis for the spirituality of the church.  One of the points I made is that while the church does not meddle in civil government, it most certainly may speak against social evils.”

More Thoughts on Christians and Sex in Movies

“Last week I jotted down some thoughts on why I’ve come to the conclusion that Christians are better off avoiding movies with sexual nudity. The majority of the feedback I’ve gotten from that article has been positive and affirming, and I’m grateful for any help its been able to give. But I’ve also gotten some thoughtful, friendly pushback and questions.”

What Happened Between the Old and New Testaments? 4 Things You Need to Know to Read the New Testament Well

“Have you ever wondered what happened between the Old and New Testaments?”

Turning From Idols to Find True Happiness in God

“In the first chapters of Genesis, God had no competition for the affection of His creatures. Humanity found its meaning, purpose, and happiness in God. God was God; everything else wasn’t. And everyone knew it. The fall tragically changed that.”

The Secularization of the West and the Rise of a New Morality

“The claim that humanity can only come into its own and overcome various forms of discrimination by secular liberation is not new, but it is now mainstream. It is now so common to the cultures of Western societies that it need not be announced, and often is not noticed.”


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About Peter van Brussel

Peter is the Director of For His Glory Prison Ministry. Peter holds a BA in Pastoral Studies from Southwestern College, a MA in Theological Studies, and a M.Div. from Liberty University. Peter is married to Niki, and has two children. He has been saved by grace and seeks to share the Gospel with those who have been forgotten.
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