Monday is for Discussion Luke 9:58-62 (ESV) 57 As they were going along the road, someone said to him, “I will follow you wherever you go.” 58 And Jesus said to him, “Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head.” 59 To another he said, … More The Cost of Following Christ
Saturday Musings Alexander Whyte’s counsel on how to pour out our heart over sin when we find it. “And, as with all our trouble, so let us do with all our sins. For our sin is the mother of all our trouble; get rid of the mother, and you will soon get rid of her … More Killing Sin Before it Kills You and Your Relationships
Weekend Links For years I have trained others to be “theologically driven and pragmatically informed.” I was seeking to develop disciples who who be able to fight the bent of much of the pop-church culture of being “pragmatically driven and only slightly theologically salted.” Training my students at the seminary and disciples in the church was … More As Promised—-Back by Popular Demand: Weekend Links: John Piper, Trevan Wax, Jared Wilson, Kevin DeYoung, School Pension Reform, Seth Godin
Friday is for Heart Songs I just got off the phone with a brother in Christ who is a stage 4 colon cancer patiently living on miracle time. He is a man learning how to pour out his heart to God (Ps. 62:8). He is also an inspiration and this week we will interview him … More What Does It Mean to Pour Out Your Heart?
Weekend Links (to return) By popular demand, Weekend Links will be back on Friday evening. It is humbling to know how many of you reading the BLOG have benefited and desire to see them reappear. Weekend Links represent some of the best of my reading across the week. They ususally include: Links broken down in … More Coming Back by Popular Demand: Weekend Links
These links don’t go out of date and the first two and the last one in particular are great. Enjoy. Wasted Food; Ten Commandments; The Obamacare Racket; Hate-filled Christians.
Saturday Afternoon Musings It is usually in the extremes of life that my longing for home becomes almost palpable. When my joy is so full, like … when my children were born, when they tell me of their love for Christ, when I see them living out their faith, when I gaze at my wife … More Longing for Home from This Far Country
Wednesday is for Bible “The real strength of the Church is not the amount of its work but the quality of its faith. One man who truly knows his Bible is worth more to the Church’s real strength than a crowd of workers who do not.” —P.T. Forsyth The Church and the Sacraments. 9 Pray … More The Real Strength of a Church
The following article appeared in Kairos Journal and at AlbertMohler.com The Gathering Storm: The Eclipse of Religious Liberty and the Threat of a New Dark Age MONDAY • May 18, 2015 Remarks Delivered Friday, May 15, 2015: Mister Attorney General, Mr. Sears, and distinguished guests, it is a great honor to accept the Edwin Meese … More Al Mohler on the Eclipse of Religious Liberty
Tuesday is for Discipleship I stopped trying to “find myself” and decided to seek God. —Mark Batterson . All In, (Zondervan, 2013) Great quote from New York Times bestseller All In by Mark Batterson. Good advice and completely in sync with Jesus’s word in Matthew 10:39 . . . Those who find their life will lose it, … More Give Up on “Finding Yourself”