I’m a little behind on blog reading once again, but here are some that struck a chord with me this week:
What Does it Mean for God to Be Our Father? HT to Challies.
Evaluating Evangelistic Phrases. Some of the ways we talk about salvation can be confusing or give false assurances.
How to Mortify Sin, HT to Challies. “Not new methods, but only an understanding of how the Gospel works, can provide an adequate foundation and pattern for dealing with sin.”
9 Practical Tips for Bible Reading, HT to Challies. “We are different, and the Bible does not set forth the one and only way to focus and get going.”
At first glance, this is funny. But then I realized it so aptly illustrates why the Bible calls us sheep—as we’re rescued from one problem, we immediately jump into another.
“Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it,
Prone to leave the God I love;
Here’s my heart, O take and seal it,
Seal it for Thy courts above.”
Have a good Saturday!