If the church insists on entertaining people, why is all the entertainment geared towards women? . . . Romans 12:19b.
We must be honest in our prayers, remembering that Christ opened wide our access to God in prayer by His sacrifice on the cross. . . . Psalm 141:7.
Expecting women to live up to the standard laid out in Proverbs 31 is legalistic and less than biblical for Christians. . . . 1 Timothy 1:15.
"Our historian wants us to grasp beyond a shadow of a doubt that God is faithful; that His faithfulness is shown when He fights for His people; and that when He fights for His people, His victory is total and resistance is futile." . . . Joshua 10:28-12:24.
Art Azurdia's book "Connected Christianity" challenges us to neither dive into worldliness or pull away from the world, but to strategically and actively love the worldly people we come into contact with.
If you're backslidden in your faith, considering backsliding, or curious for ammo against backsliding, check out Joel Beeke's book, "Getting Back in the Race: the cure for backsliding."
"Our historian gives us three different views of the same event so that we can rest securely in the faithfulness and greatness of our God." . . . Joshua 10:1-27.
In his book, "Love or Die," Alexander Strauch asks us to do some soul searching as to the quality of our Christian love.
Apart from Christ we are as filthy and destructive as zombies, yet His compassion still extends powerfully towards us. . . . Mark 1:40-42.
Whatever we set up as a god in place of Jesus Christ is a violation of the 2nd Commandment. . . . (Westminster Larger Catechism, question 109).