12 October 2018

This 'n' That

Fall has officially arrived. I'm busting out my hand warmers to keep my digits warm while I type at work, and I'm dangerously close to buying some of those microwaveable slippers to keep my toes toasty during the day (I work from home, so slippers are allowed). I actually really like fall, but the cooler temperatures do require a little more daily maintenance to keep me warm.

I don't expect that the fall colors will be overly stunning this year, though, at least not in my area. Our summer was just too...strange. No matter, because soon it will be even colder, drearier, and icy, and I'll be longing for spring, allergies and all. Still, with every change of the seasons I am reminded of our Creator's magnificent power, providence, and sovereignty. He controls the changing of the seasons, even as He has ordained all things that come to pass.

So, while I go searching for some gloves, why don't you grab a mug of something pumpkin-flavored and sit back to enjoy your week in review (kind of):
  • I like tea. I like mints. I hate abortion. Tea and mints are normal. Abortion is not, and it cannot be "normalized" with tea and mints.
  •  I always appreciate Dr. Michael Kruger's teaching.
  • This is a great explanation of total depravity, and how the concept is often misapplied among Christians.
  • Here's your weekly dose of adorable (HT to my friend who doesn't like cats but sent this to me anyway).
  • I mean, it's fine. We should all be voting early and often anyway, right?
  • Christians need to be part of a local body of believers.
  • Is it weird that I'm excited about this resource?
  • Sloths are slow on purpose!
  • I haven't listened to this yet, and I missed it when it first happened, but apparently Family Radio, which once broadcast Harold Camping's heretical teachings, has repented for their perpetuating such damaging teaching and has asked forgiveness. Praise the Lord!
Though Christians be not kept altogether from falling, yet they are kept from falling altogether. 
—William Secker

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