Links For The Church (3/27)

by Staff March 26, 2017

Trusting God Enough To Lament

The Psalms teach us to pour out our sorrows to God. David Gundersen writes about the posture we need to come to God with our lamentations. 

Why I Didn't Sing When I Visited Your Church

Tim Challies describes why people may not be singing in a church, and encourages ways to make the time of singing a more welcoming time. 

The Fearful and Wonderful Art of Flirting

Flirtation has its place in relationships between men and women. Yet there are warnings that come with it, especially in our social media society. Tony Reinke explains why it is good, and how it can easily destroy. 

Is My Desire Sour?

When milk is sour we pour it down the sink and wash it away. What do we do with our soured desires? We confess them. We pour out our hearts to Christ, lean on his mercy, trust in his righteousness, and beg him to change our hearts.

How does God's Word impact our prayers?

God invites His children to talk with Him, yet our prayers often become repetitive and stale. How do we have a real conversation with God? How do we come to know Him so that we may pray for His will as our own?

In the Bible, God speaks to us as His children and gives us words for prayer—to praise Him, confess our sins, and request His help in our lives.

We’re giving away a free eBook copy of Praying the Bible, where Donald S. Whitney offers practical insight to help Christians talk to God with the words of Scripture.