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.
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Welcome to another edition of Links I Like, a weekly roundup of the posts, pages, and people that inspired and encouraged me throughout the week. Thanks for stopping by!
Words from a hymn attributed to both James Allen and Walter Shirley.
A commentary upon Psalm 119:73-80.
As most Christians collect themselves in the wake of what’s happened with Tullian Tchividjian and Coral Ridge, some seasoned insight is surely needed. Here’s another healthy perspective on what’s transpired by the man you might know from “Pirate Christian Radio,” Chris Rosebrough.
A sermon from Luke 10:25-37.
Sometimes, I have no idea what’s going on. I don’t pretend to have any or all of the answers. Oftentimes, the torrent of life just seems too overwhelming to endure, too manic to manage, too chaotic to control. Sometimes, I feel as though I’m Frodo Baggins clinging to the last edge of the precipice of the Crack of Doom.
Of the many things that derail Christ-followers in their pursuit of God, perhaps the most devastating and defeating is to incessantly read the Scriptures as if they’re all about you. I’ve mentioned this before, but it bears repeating — The Bible is not about you!
Sometimes, by no real fault or conscious decision of your own, certain things — songs, stories, ideas, etc. — can get stuck in your head, and no matter what you do, you can’t escape thinking about them. For me, lately, this has been the Parable of the Two Sons.