May the Lord be with you and bless you today.
Just a reminder that I’m posting only A La Carte this week. The usual articles will return next week.
“On a morning run last summer, after a major thunderstorm swept through, the path was sprinkled with leaves and branches scattered from the intense winds. As I passed by homes, I did a double take when a thick poplar lay across the yard, blocking the front door. The tree looked thick and strong, yet there it was, snapped like a toothpick.”
Grek Koukl explains why you truly can trust the Bible.
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David Kaywood has an interesting article on what he calls “The Christian Productivity Movement.”
Related to the subject of productivity, Reagan Rose offers some help on saying “no.”
Jim Elliff has a timely reminder that, because we are citizens of the kingdom, we are aliens in this world.
I enjoyed this brief article by Michael Haykin.
No Christian will come to the grave regretting that he has prayed too much, been too holy, or walked with God too closely.
When I consider my best duties, I sink, I die, I despair; but when I think of Christ, I have enough; he is all and in all. —Simeon Ashe