A sermon from Daniel 4:1-37.
Welcome to another collection of links that have impacted me this past week. I hope you’ll find them as beneficial as I did.
A sermon from Luke 18:9-14.
Upon moving to south Florida in the spring of 2013, I wasn’t really looking to get involved in pastoral ministry right away. I had just graduated from Bible college with a Youth Ministries degree, but because of the transition between states, my only goals at the time were to find a job, find a house, and get settled with my wife in our new town. This was a big shift for me.
Perhaps the deadliest tool in the devil’s assault on the Christian faith begins with the deception that the work of salvation is only partially done. The lie is that Jesus got you part of the way, but if you really want in, if you really want to be a Christian, you have to do something else, something more, something on top of what’s already been done.
Another week has already come to an end, but this morning we get to sit back, drink some coffee, and enjoy some fantastic stories from across the web. I pray these are as impactful on you as they were me!
A commentary upon Psalm 119:161-168.
Hello and welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly roundup of stories that have impacted me in the last few days. Today we have some great pieces by some dear friends, as well as a new singer/songwriter I just stumbled across. Read, listen, and enjoy!
A few weeks ago, I had the “privilege” of sitting under some pretty bad teaching. I’ve often heard illustrations by others of hearing and experiencing flawed preaching, but I haven’t been privy to it firsthand that frequently. But on this occasion, I found myself squirming in my seat as I listened to the teacher misconstrue 3 separate passages of Scripture, culminating in a complete misrepresentation of the cross of Christ.
Another week has come and gone, but not first without reading through some amazing pieces published over the last few days. There’s some great, great stuff this week!