I’m happy to share some good links that I have found this week. I think you’ll enjoy these articles. Enjoy your day in God’s Grace (Rom 5:2)!
The Oxford Comma Won! – I’ve been following this court case for some time – as I prefer the Oxford comma. It was the issue in a 10 million dollar court battle and the comma won! Check out the story here.
Give the Turtles a Brake – Spring is the season for turtle movement across the States. Keep one eye on the road for the slow movers. They can’t help we put a road in their way.
Through him we have also obtained access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God (Romans 5:2).
Instagram Generation: Four Ways Smartphone Cameras Are Changing Us – This is a very challenging read for parents as we consider the impact of our cell phones on our children and parenting. Don’t read it unless you want to be challenged.
What is Expository Preaching? – Many people mention expository preaching in conversation and blogs. Potentially you do not know what the word exactly means. Erik Raymond answers this question for you.
From the Archive: What is the intended purpose for daily devotions? – Regardless of the style you primarily use, all devotions should focus on the same intended end – helping you grow in your communion with God and living consistent in fellowship with Him. Notice how James describes it.