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Around the Web (11/5)

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  • Clay Gentry explores six Biblical lessons we need to learn from hitting rock bottom.
  • Dene Ward warns against defining hope like a couple of middle school girls who “hope” a certain cute boy will look their way, or a teacher will change the due date on a big project, or a “mean” girl won’t spread some sort of embarrassing news about them. “Please, please, please, maybe, maybe, maybe.” That is not the Bible definition of hope.
  • Justin Taylor invokes Joseph Williams’ Style to remind us that obscure writing is not evidence of profound thinking. Incidentally, neither is obscure preaching.
  • Ferrell Jenkins is up to Acts 21 in his photo tour of the Book of Acts.
  • Gary Henry asks, “Do you do your best even in private? Or are you like most people: in situations where no one is looking, you don’t always try as hard?” Speaking of Gary, he’s presenting a special series of lessons at Laurel Canyon entitled “Let Your Light Shine” tonight through Wednesday. We’d love to have you join us!

 

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