- Matt Walsh offers a very counter-cultural reminder: your husband doesn’t have to earn your respect. “Your husband might ‘deserve’ it when you mock him, berate him, belittle him, and nag him, but you don’t marry someone in order to give them what they deserve.”
- Gary Henry rightly emphasizes that the strong heart is not callous. “Rather than going around pain, strong people go through it. There is no shortcut to any place worth going to.”
- “I often hear Christians boast that they listen more to the words of Jesus than they do the words of Paul.” Wes McAdams offers three reasons why you need to stop dismissing the apostle Paul.
- Tim Challies suggests one great question to ask a friend: “If you were the devil, where would you attack yourself?”
- Dan Doriani explores the danger of forgetting how to read the Bible. “Leaders stumble for many reasons, and while I could argue that a zealous seminarian has little in common with a vain or depressed middle-aged leader, there is at least one common thread: My peers and my students can both stop reading the Bible as we should.”
For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. (Rom 1:20)