Hello and welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly collection of stories from around the Internet that impacted me in the past week. Lots of stuff to get to this week, so let’s jump right in!
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Words from a hymn by Samuel Gandy.
Words from a hymn by Isaac Watts.
An excerpt from a longer sermon delivered by C. H. Spurgeon.
Some may contend that if a singular quote requires further explanation then it shouldn’t be quoted, at least not by itself without its proper context. Perhaps that’s true — quotes that are timeless are the ones that stand on their own. Nevertheless, while I believe the truth of today’s statement can be verified in Scripture, I can also see how this statement can be misconstrued and misinterpreted, with vast and dangerous ramifications.
Imagine, if you will, that you had a sibling, a brother or sister — a twin, let’s say. Perhaps you don’t have to imagine too hard and this reality is all too real. But you and your sibling get along usually well, save for the occasional scuffle or two. One day, your mother calls you both in from rough-housing outside, coaxing you with ice cream.