Saturday Sampler: September 6 — September 12

In his weekly contribution to The Cripplegate, Clint Archer writes Behold the Lamb: The Trinity Testifies as evidence that God exists in three Persons simultaneously. Those of you who wish to develop discernment skills will find this article indispensable in recognizing false teaching about the Trinity.

Deb Martin of Solid Food Resources addresses the question: How Do We Grow? by taking us back to some basic disciplines. No matter how spiritually mature we think we are, it never hurts to revisit the fundamentals.

As usual, Leslie A pulls no punches. In her Growing 4 Life article, Those Deceptive, Capacious Feelings, she exposes the frightening power that emotions have over us. We need to consider her words and then examine our lives accordingly.

In The End Time, Elizabeth Prata reminds us why we must expose false teachers. Error vs. truth: Jesus takes the difference seriously, so should we looks at a passage from Zechariah to show us the importance of standing against wrong doctrine.

I’m delighted that Peter Krol writes Context Matters: The Cattle on a Thousand Hills for Knowable Word. I recently read Psalm 50 in my personal devotions, and noticed that the popular application of the Lord owning the cattle on a thousand hills has absolutely nothing to do with the context of that verse. Please read Krol’s article for a lesson on how to properly handle God’s Word.

Bringing back a post she wrote two years ago, Michelle Lesley profiles 5 Church Ladies You Don’t Want to Be. Besides its entertainment value, this piece helps us take a little spiritual inventory regarding our relationship with our local church.

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