Don't eat the car! Not the car!
The Power of the Dog by Rudyard Kipling
ALWAYS REFORMING: A sinner saved by grace alone through faith alone because of Christ alone adhering to Scripture alone to bring about reform personally, for his family, church, and world to the glory of God alone.
The Tax System Explained in Beer
You're probably at least somewhat familiar with Obamacare, aka the Affordable Care Act (sic). Like other ponzi schemes, it relies on those who don't really need and it won't use it to carry the financial burden of those who will need and use it.
You may or may not be aware of the recent revelations of sexual harassment/abuse perpetrated by Bill Gothard, head of the Institute in Basic Life Principles.* In response to such, Bill Gothard has resigned from the presidency of IBLP.
* See how the experiences Ruth, Annette, Charlotte, Rachel, Meg, Lizzie, and Grace had with Bill Gothard fit together chronologically here, and behaviorally here.
All-Time Favorite Military Movies.
What would you think of a family with following financial situation?
Source: "The Austerity Myth"
How to be more like Jesus in the new year, 3 simple steps:
The following are diagnostic questions* I came up with to help us take precautions regarding the destructive nature of our communication within the body of Christ.
I have no idea how this was omitted from my "pet peeves" list, but after mentioning this in last week's sermon at Providence Church, I felt inclined to immortalize this via the miracle of the Internet.
"The Culture Culture", an excellent and convicting post on the prevalent biblical theme of differentiation, or antithesis, between God's people and the world, including contemporary applicability.
"The difference, the antithesis, between us and the world isn’t that they have sin issues while we do not. The difference is two-fold. First, our sins have already been covered. Jesus died for them, and the Father is not angry with us. Second, we are committed to finding them out, rather than hiding them. Isn’t it gracious of God then to give us the glaring shamelessness of the world to make our own sins more known to us? May He in turn give us eyes to see." ~R. C. Sproul, Jr.READ "The Culture Culture"