John Piper’s 25 reflections on advent entitled The Dawning of Indestructible Joy is available for free at Desiring God. Reposted from its site: Advent is for adoring Jesus. The Christmas season is one of the busiest times of the year. … Continue reading →
Several thousand years ago, Abraham brought his son to a mountain top to be sacrificed in obedience to God’s command. Abraham came close to drawing blood, but God provided a substitute to sacrifice in his place. Yet, a principle was … Continue reading →
Read the story from the Injil (Luke 2) in Arabic or Farsi This is how Jesus the Messiah was born. The angel Gabriel was sent from God to the city of Nazareth in Galilee, to a young girl named Mary. … Continue reading →
Reformation Day is a good opportunity to teach your children about the courage of Martin Luther as he attempted to reform the Catholic Church. Luther didn’t intend to change the course of history, but he obeyed the revelation of God … Continue reading →
Larry King interviews John MacArthur, Deepak Chopra and others about who Jesus was and why He matters. Note that the video edits out some of the comments by others to focus on King and MacArthur’s interactions.
Several companies made April Fools videos. Here are the best from across the internet. Flying Penguins Google Translate for Animals Ikea Pet Furniture Dog Highchair The Secret behind Nike Air Google Maps for Nintendo NES: If you’d like to see … Continue reading →
Below are five videos that touch on evidence of the resurrection of Jesus. The first four are very short and the last one is over an hour. Evidence of Jesus resurrection based on the diversity of His appearances in the … Continue reading →
Many people including groups like the Jehovah’s Witnesses avoid celebrating Easter because they claim that it’s a pagan holiday. The following articles present different perspectives on the origin of Easter and should be reviewed together to reach a conclusion due … Continue reading →
Harvest Bible Chapel has a week-long of Scripture reading leading up to Easter. The reading is being streamed live 24/7 at the Scripture reading site. It also has this ‘creed’ about the Bible, which does a nice job of capturing … Continue reading →
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In 1722 and 1723, Jonathan Edwards wrote down a list of seventy resolutions. He was twenty-one years old and proceeded to fulfill the resolutions through a prolific career as a pastor and theologian. This post summarizes his thinking and then groups the Edward’s … Continue reading →