This week's links include resources on the law, single working women, culture and counseling, and Christians at work.
The way some people talk about prayer owes more to New Age spirituality and witchcraft than biblical Christianity.
Standing at the foot of the cross, we see hands, and feet, and side, all distilling crimson streams of precious blood.
We do not have editorial authority over the message.
Men, if we want our country and community to change, if we want to see people come to Jesus, we have to be spiritual leaders who are leading out in prayer.
As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we should be reminded that the Gospel is not something we merely study or talk about.
Christ invites us to freely approach the throne, but not to usurp it. He invites us to come as children, not as rebels.
Give it up. Allow yourself to be nobody. Have a seat at the end of the table and you might just find Jesus sitting there too.
We are to make indentions, impressions, dents, whatever, upon the mind and heart by preaching the Word of God.