Hello and welcome to Volume 54 of “Links I Like.” Lots of stuff to read and watch today, so get comfortable, sip your favorite brew, and enjoy these awesome links!
A sermon from Mark 8:22-26.
Perhaps the harshest word we ever hear growing up is also one of the shortest: “No.” “No” is a small word that packs an enormous amount of power. It has the ability to both prevent and protect. Children, however, almost singularly see the prevention side of this command, seeing “no” as only a barrier hemming them in. In reality, though, telling them no is more like a gateway to better living.
Hello! Thanks for visiting. This is the weekly edition of “Links I Like,” an assortment of stories I found enlightening or encouraging throughout the week. I hope you’re likewise encouraged by what you find.
Welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly roundup of news, stories, and links that have impacted me throughout the past week.
It is always surprising and even a little shocking to see just how opposite to our ways and our will God works. Our normal reactions, plans, and intentions are often thwarted by the upside-downness of God’s economy, and this is many times seen in visceral ways throughout the Bible. Such is the case in Acts 6-7.
A sermon from Acts 7:54-8:4.
Anyone else super thankful it’s the weekend? Me too! Here’s a slew of links for your perusal and enjoyment. Happy reading!
The Christian life is compared to many things throughout Scripture. It’s likened to a soldier going to war, a sheep under the care of a shepherd, or the journey of a pilgrim to a far-off city. But, perhaps, the enduring image of the life of Christian is nowhere better realized than in the world of sports.
A sermon from 1 Timothy 1:11.