1. Only by accurately and honestly reporting the views of those with whom we disagree can we then properly address and refute them. This is the approach Solberg has taken.
  2. Psalm 101 is a puzzling Psalm. At first glance it can leave us wondering how to respond.
  3. In the midst of our worship, God admonishes us to remember His goodness, and don't harden our hearts like our ancestors when they forgot God in the wilderness.
  4. Reading the New Testament Like a Rabbi
  5. As every nail that Jesus hammered was a delight to his Father, so every email you send, every purchase you ring up, every table you wipe down, is a delight to the Father.
  6. The following is an excerpt from Chad Bird’s new book, Your God Is Too Glorious: Finding God in the Most Unexpected Places (Baker Book, 2018).
  7. When I was a boy, I wanted to be a trashman. Little did I know that I would grow up to need a God who was a trashman.
  8. Jesus tears down every “but” that people try to build between us and God. He died and rose for us, and—not but—He makes Himself our Lord and Savior.
  9. The real Jesus isn’t trapped inside a church’s ATM. He’s smack dab in front of you, grinning from ear to ear, laughing and loving you with a crazy grace that already filled your bank account with millions.
  10. God lit within these ashes the fire of a promise: whoever they touched, that person became clean.
  11. Christians are Christians not because of anything that they have done but because of everything Christ has done for them.

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