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May 20

What Does Job 31:13-15 Tell Us About the Unborn? by Jared C. Wilson

No law can be just if its justice for one is predicated on injustice to another.

May 20

Jesus Sympathizes With Moms by Gail Emerson

Even though Jesus isn’t a mother, he is still able to sympathize with every weakness we face as moms. 

May 20

Links For The Church (5/20) by Staff

This week's links include resources on exercise, dark times, insufficiency of good theology, and choosing the right kind of busy. 

May 19

He Requested Not to Die by Charles Spurgeon

We are not to expect that God will give us everything we choose to ask for. We know that we sometimes ask, and do not receive, because we ask amiss. 

May 17

A Better Mom is a Broken Mom by Kristen Wetherell

Apart from a broken spirit that sees how much we need Christ first and foremost, these betterments are futile.

May 17

Gates of Glory by Adam McClendon

The best this world offers is incomplete. 

May 16

This Mystery is Profound by Jim Elliff

Nothing can provide a better picture of the relationship between believers to Christ than marriage. It explains why loving submission and sacrificial authority is so important.

May 16

Will We Go When Wisdom Calls? by David McLemore

The wisdom of God is more than just right thinking; it’s the glories of his righteousness and the wonders of his love.

May 16

To the Young Pastor Who Feels Inadequate by Jared Kathcart

We have a God that deals in the business of the inadequate and unworthy. Let the power of Christ rest upon you, young pastor.

May 15

How Do We Know If We Have The Spirit? by Casey Lewis

God's track record is flawless, and His ability to accomplish His purposes is unquestionable.