Bits & Pieces (6/22/12)

  • Common Grace – Ever wondered what is meant by the term common grace? Tim Challies provides an explanation.

 

 

  • You Cannot be Spiritual Without Being Religious – It’s common for people to claim spirituality, but disavow religious. As Kevin DeYoung points out “[w]e are truly spiritual if, and only if, the Spirit of Christ has given us the mind of Christ to receive the good news concerning the death and resurrection of Christ. “

 

  • Evangelism Tips – 8 thinks to consider about sharing Christ with others.

 

  • Romans 7 Is Not About ChristiansPart 1 and Part 2– Stephen Altrogge is writing a series on this subject which he hasn’t yet completed. Regardless of whether you agree with him or not, his defense of his position is worth considering.

 

  • 12 Long Years – This post looks at the 12 years that Jairus’ daughter and the woman with bleeding both had to walk to Jesus and reminds us that “Jesus knows what tragedies and triumphs await us, and we can trust him to extend his grace—for our good and for his glory—at just the right time.”

 

  • Aging Biblically – Francis Chan discusses this subject in this three-minute video.

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