Here are some of the articles that I’ve read recently and have found interesting, helpful, challenging and encouraging. I hope that they will be the same for you, my dear readers. I’ve tried not to make it all COVID19 related, because many of us are already reading so many articles about that I’m sure.
“There is the unwanted intruder that continues to shows itself in the depths of my heart, my affections, and my thoughts. No matter how much I battle, sin continues to rear its ugly head and threatens to take over.”
I’ve enjoyed following the blog of David Robertson for some years now. Really insightful content on a huge variety of topics from politics to preaching, from apologetics to answering culture and societal norms. Follow this blog.
Tim Counts speaks from his own experience both pastorally and Biblically on a very difficult topic. Well worth a read.
A story of being heroic from an armchair mixed in with a story from the book of Judges. Chase Replogle is a gifted writer worth keeping an eye on.
“Reactionary theology isn’t helpful because it could be a sign of a lack of confidence in the Word of the Lord and a lack of confidence in God. Instead we should have convictions that are rooted in Scripture, that are sound and orthodox and that glorify God and build up the saints.”
Here’s an interesting article from Wyatt Graham about Heaven and trauma.
H.B. Charles, Jr. is well worth a read and a name you should keep an eyesout for. In this post he gives ten steps to gaining victory overtemptation.
“There are two paths for people to take in the midst of trials. They can take the path of self-reliance or the path of trusting in God.”
Here’s a helpful article that lists the works of the Holy Spirit that would be a great place to start a study of the Holy Spirit in Scripture. Begin here, but dig deeper.