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How High Should Our Standards Be When it Comes to the U.S. President?

How High Should Our Standards Be When it Comes to the U.S. President?

On the one hand, we should be acutely aware that every candidate is imperfect. We will be voting for a president, not a pastor, and certainly not a Messiah. 

Let Us Be As Daniel

Let Us Be As Daniel

I appreciated this passage from a sermon by Charles Haddon Spurgeon entitled "Daniel Facing the Lions' Den."

Saying Goodbye to Moses

Saying Goodbye to Moses

I shared briefly on Facebook what happened a couple of days ago, but wanted to blog about it now and add quite a few other thoughts and links.  

 
A 10-year-old Boy’s Response to the Courageous Novel

A 10-year-old Boy’s Response to the Courageous Novel

Last month I received this letter from a 10-year-old Canadian boy named Christian. He had read the Courageous novel and wanted to share with Alex and Stephen Kendrick and me what he had learned from it.

 
A Beautiful Picture of God's Care, Built into His Creation

A Beautiful Picture of God's Care, Built into His Creation

“Like birds hovering, so the LORD of hosts will protect Jerusalem; he will protect and deliver it.” (Isaiah 31:5)

 
George Beverly Shea, almost 103 years old, sings "How Great Thou Art"

George Beverly Shea, almost 103 years old, sings "How Great Thou Art"

The recent report of Billy Graham being taken to the hospital with the possibility of pneumonia prompted me to think of one of Billy’s closest friends, who is ten years older.

 
Fully Human from the Beginning

Fully Human from the Beginning

Darren Carlson tells a story that captures the game that is often played by the medical community— depersonalizing the unborn child by semantics, so that abortion becomes a viable option.


Heavenly Minded and of Earthly Good

Heavenly Minded and of Earthly Good

Over the years, a number of people have told me, “We shouldn’t think about Heaven. We should just think about Jesus.”

Pursue Your Pleasure in God

Pursue Your Pleasure in God

This blog of Jon Bloom’s from a couple of months ago is right on target. Years ago I taught a seminary course called “A Theology of Desire,” and Pascal’s quote was one of the many I cited.

 
What I’m thankful for: A Thanksgiving greeting

What I’m thankful for: A Thanksgiving greeting

There are so many things for Nanci and me to be thankful for this year. We’ve talked about how grateful we are for our family—we have two daughters who are married to godly men, as well as four grandchildren already born and the fifth one on his way. 

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