Modern evangelicals can certainly complicate Christian life. Thankfully, in an essay for The End Time entitled Mail Call: Our identity in Christ, Elizabeth Prata injects Biblical reasoning into the question of who we are as Christian women.
In a musing about wanting A Closer Look, Erin Benziger of Do Not Be Surprised draws from a humorous incident at The Cheesecake Factory to show us how abundantly the Lord has blessed us with the ability to know Him.
For a reassuring glimpse of God’s sovereignty in directing our decisions, check out Along the right paths by Mark Mclntyre on his blog, Attempts at Honesty.
Kelsey Baker’s When God Doesn’t Do as I Ask in Biblical Woman captures some of the feelings bothering me lately. Interestingly, she uses Psalm 119 to direct our attention to God’s sovereignty in answering our prayers differently than we want. I certainly appreciate God’s timing in bringing this article to me.
I strongly recommend Mike Ratliff’s Biblically discerning the Lord’s will in Possessing the Treasure. Don’t let his Greek quotations deter you; he always follows them with English translations. And he hits on a fundamental aspect of discerning God’s will.
Don’t you get tired of the assertion that David and Jonathan had a homosexual relationship? I sure do! So I appreciate David, Jonathan, and the Dangers of Reader-Centered Interpretation by J. Alan Branch in For The Church. He provides a clear example of why we must use proper hermeneutics.