14 April 2017

This 'n' That

If you read last week's post, you know that I was struggling with laryngitis leading up to my speaking commitment at the Answers for Women conference last Saturday. Well, praise the Lord for His faithfulness! It was a wonderful conference, and my voice remained strong and clear throughout the talk.

Now, by the time I was leaving the venue on Saturday, my voice was starting to struggle again, but this was a good thing because it was due to having so many wonderful conversations with the ladies. The women in attendance at this year's conference were insightful, inquisitive, and were asking great questions. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to participate!

Now, one week later, we are approaching Resurrection Sunday. I hope you've had time to contemplate the meaning of this week, and have taken time to meditate upon our Lord's sacrifice for those who are His, as well as His victorious resurrection. If not, please do not let this Resurrection Sunday pass you by without doing that!

Hopefully you will find some of these articles to be helpful in that regard as well. So with that, please enjoy your week in review (kind of):
  • We ought to examine ourselves before partaking of the Lord's Supper.
  • What do expiation and propitiation mean?
  • "The cross of Christ is the pinnacle reminder...that death is not natural."
  • We must always keep the main thing the main thing, but especially during this week.
  • Tell me again how these creatures just "happened" to evolve...?
  • Mmmm...I need one of these with a nice, hot cup of coffee.
  • If you need me, I'll be napping under my desk. Hey, I'm only trying to be happy.
  • Here's your weekly dose of adorable.
  • If you don't believe in the resurrection of Christ, then you are not a Christian.
  • Here's a great sermon about the Church as Christ's body.
  • Sigh. Ivy League schools are legends in their own minds.
  • Speaking of the Church, if you love Christ, you love the Body of Christ. It's not that difficult.
  • The King crucified:

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