Here are a few things that stood out to me online this week:
Pray to BLESS. I’ve heard and read a number of acronyms as a help to prayer, but I had never come across this one before. Very helpful.
The New Evangelical Virtues. Tim Challies masterfully discusses “characteristics that seem to pass as virtues today…doubt, opaqueness, and an emphasis on asking rather than answering questions.” “Humility is not found in doubting what is true, but in believing that what God says is true is true indeed.”
Spring Cleaning Your Facebook Account. No, not a discussion of purging your “Friends” list, but rather helpful questions to check our hearts. It’s not that the technology is bad, but what’s in our hearts is going to reveal itself even there.
I almost labeled this “Luggage Inspectors,” but I didn’t want to be snarky. Let’s just say don’t leave a parked car where there are monkeys:
This is amazing. I could never do this — not only because I can’t play music, but I’m sure I would knock over more than one glass.