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So, what is the moral of the story? God has designed us as really incredible, sturdy creatures, and that is amazing. It's also amazing that He not only puts up with those of us who are physical and sometimes emotional klutzes, but that He actually uses us to work out His purposes here on Earth. What a good and gracious God we serve, amen? We are so undeserving.
I hope you've all stayed safe and pain-free this week. It's Friday now, so sit back, relax, and enjoy your week in review (kind of):
- Some interesting facts about the yawn.
- This is very cool. The Treasury of David is one of my favorite Spurgeon resources.
- Nature is weird and fascinating.
- The inflexibility of inerrancy.
- I haven't yet watched this debate between J.D. Hall and theonomist Joel McDurmon, but I'm anxious to see it.
- Maybe Todd Bentley can help my headache.
- Here's your weekly dose of adorable.
- Yeah, I have to agree with the court on this one.
- Here's a great sermon by Phil Johnson from Psalm 19 on the superiority of Scripture.
- So, well, I guess I feel kind of sorry for the New York City Fire Department.
- "Does an unregenerate man bear a spark of the divine that draws him to a relationship with God, or is he utterly lost in the total depravity of his sin nature?"
- Spelling skills are not required to protest the Shepherd's Conference.
- Thanks to Stephen M. for sharing this with me. Kevin DeYoung explains why Christians do not love the world: