Saturday Sampler: July 28 — August 3

Blend SamplerSeeing people walk away from Christ hurts. Responding to two high profile men who have publicly done so, Stephen McAlpine exhorts, Let’s Never Outlive Our Love For Jesus. Toward the end, he shares a couple poignant reasons for his passion about this matter.

Leslie A concludes her series on worldliness among Christians with Thinking Beyond the Obvious (Part 5) in her Growing 4 Life blog. This installment focuses on worldliness in our relationships — particularly marriage. Even if you’ve missed the rest of her series, you’ll benefit from this post.

You’ll find wonderful encouragement from Jordan Standridge’s When the One who Led You to Christ Walks Away in The Cripplegate. Steeped in Scripture, this article reminds us where to keep our focus when anyone who has influenced us toward Christ turns from Him.

Blogging about Beth Moore brings no one pleasure — including The End Time author Elizabeth Prata. Sadly, Beth Moore continues to make waves, and those waves have grave consequences. In Listen carefully to what she is saying in this video… Elizabeth demonstrates how Mrs. Moore is subtly moving the SBC in a very dangerous direction.

After reading the above mentioned essay, refresh yourselves with What a day that will be! Elizabeth writes this wonderful post too lift our thoughts back to our ultimate hope.

For something a little more lighthearted,  check out excatholic4christ, where Tom takes us through a few Popular Un-Biblcal Sayings and Adages that float around. Oh, it’s a serious post (don’t get me wrong), but it’s also really fun to read!

We sometimes feel confused by the paradoxes in Scripture. SharaC of Into the Foolishness of God, however, delights in them so much that she writes Enter Your Rest to explore why we should be diligent to rest in the Lord.

I’ve been thinking a lot about humility this past week. So Mike Ratliff’s piece, Humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you at the proper time in Possessing the Treasure, encourages me to check my pride. If, like me, you’ve had been week loaded with conflict, don’t neglect this blog post.

Blogging for Things Above Us, Michael Coughlin gives helpful counsel to Christians When Battling the Culture. I can’t recommend this one highly enough!

Injecting a little sanity into the increasingly insane conversation in our culture, Albert Mohler writes Humpty Dumpty, Alice in Wonderland, and the Masters Who Control the Language to explore one writer’s attempts to change how we use pronouns to influence society’s approach to gender.

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