I'm also thankful that I live in a town that isn't, for lack of a more respectable term, stuck-up. Been there, done that. I've lived in those places where you feel as though your hair and makeup must be impeccable before you can even run to the store for that one forgotten dinner ingredient, lest someone glance at you sideways with that judgmental, fashionista stare. Yes, I like comfort.
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And if we're going to take away a lame sermon illustration from this little discussion, let it be this: do not allow your time in the Word and in prayer become too casual or comfortable. Do not let it be an afterthought, and do not forget the One whose Word you are reading and the One whose throne you are approaching.
All of that being said, there is no required dress code for your weekly round-up. So get comfy and take some time to relax as you enjoy your week in review (kind of):
- Do not waste your time and money on this movie.
- I haven't had an opportunity yet to listen to this message by Dr. Abner Chou, but considering the source and the topic, I can say with confidence that it will be excellent.
- Noble, Furtick, Driscoll, and Terkeurst all headlining the "Most Excellent Way to Lead" Conference? Um, no thanks. I'd rather learn leadership from someone with integrity.
- Look, we've likely all said dumb things on social media, and we've probably all occasionally deleted a tweet. But this deletion was quite noticeable, Ms. Moore.
- On divine discipline.
- Have you been following The Truth Pulpit?
- Here's your weekly dose of adorable.
- Living in a fallen world.
- Wow, even with the conviction, I didn't necessarily see this coming, but it's good.
- Why Romans is the best book in the Bible (check out the rest of the posts in this series as well).
- Please, just stay away from N.T. Wright.
- And while we're sharing resources from No Compromise Radio, Mike Abendroth's new book, Sexual Fidelity: No Compromise, is now available. I've read it and you should read it.
- The authenticator of Scripture: