Twice a month, I gather up links to some of my favourite reading and resources from the past fortnight. I’d love to know what you’ve been reading in the comments too.
Christ might easily have avoided his crucifixion, but he loved us constantly, steadily and to the end; and patiently bore his agonies.
— Jonathan Edwards (@Edwards_SDG) November 18, 2018
If you are thirsty, come. If your life is not fully satisfied, come. If you have sinned, come. If you think there must be something more to this life, then come. Come to Jesus and drink of living water.
— Kevin DeYoung (@RevKevDeYoung) November 27, 2018
Just because a friendship is getting difficult doesn’t necessarily mean it’s supposed to end. Anything of depth takes work to maintain.The difficulty could be the natural consequence of moving beyond the surface & into a friendship that’s built on something more than commonality.
— Jackie Hill Perry (@JackieHillPerry) November 23, 2018
If we feel more righteous as we read the Bible, we are misreading it; we are missing its central message. We are reading and using the Bible rightly only when it humbles us, critiques us, and encourages us with God’s love and grace despite our flaws.
— Sam Allberry (@SamAllberry) November 16, 2018