A poem by Chad Bird.
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.
Hello, and welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly collection of links and stories that impacted me in some way during the past week. Let’s get right to it!
Well, here it is, Volume 52 of “Links I Like.” One year of reading and sharing and encouraging other writers to continue writing and influencing others with the gospel. That’s my aim with this series. My goal remains to read and share as much as I can, so others can see vast array of glory that’s contained in God’s gospel of grace.
Welcome to “Links I Like,” a weekly roundup of news, stories, and links that have impacted me throughout the past week. Enjoy!
Another week has come and gone, but this morning we get to sit back and enjoy some fantastic stories from across the web. Hope these are as impactful on you as they were me!
Yesterday’s are sinister. They’re filled with unfinished projects, incomplete assignments, unkind words, and unsaid feelings, among many other fragments of life that threaten today. Yesterday is a haunting memory for most of us. Speaking from experience, I don’t like to think about yesterday…
Words from a hymn attributed to both James Allen and Walter Shirley.
Thanks for visiting today! Only a few links and stories this week, and a very dear “Song of the Week.”
Words from a hymn by Isaac Watts.