Laudable Linkage

Here is some good reading for this fine October day:

We Die a Thousand Ways in Love. “If God himself was willing, in love, to wash even feet, why would we refuse to lower ourselves, in love, for one another? Christian love sets aside social status, cultural norms, and the comfort of convenience to joyfully meet the inconvenient needs of others.”

Is It Love If I Don’t Feel It?

An Illustration of Repentance. I found this very helpful.

6 Ways to Transform Your Reading of the Gospels.

5 Ways Persecution in Iran Has Backfired. No one welcomes persecution, but when it comes it’s so great to see how God’s work goes on and even flourishes.

Meet the Perfect Parent and Perfect Child.

Real Life Is Edgy discusses the ongoing arguments about whether Christian fiction should include certain objectionable words, scenes, etc. in order to accurately promote “real” life.

And these graphics from Pinterest describe me well and made me smile:

spontaneityscratchblanketHappy Saturday!

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3 thoughts on “Laudable Linkage

  1. Thanks for sharing the link, 6 Ways to Transform Your Reading of the Gospels. I am in an online reading group and some folks are reading the Gospels.

    I did number two this time, because a friend and I listened to the gospels while driving to-and-from So Cal recently. hearing them read one after the other helped us see their unique perspectives.

  2. I’ll check out the links. The graphic are so cute. I have to have two legs under the covers. Otherwise it just feels odd. Have a great evening.

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