D. A. Carson talks about how one can be flexible for the gospel’s sake, answering the question as to what it mean to be a slave to all and putting aside our rights.
Are You Flexible for the Gospel
As a pastor, I try to do my studies, prepare my sermons, and carefully select my words. Words matter. But words can also be harmful if we aren’t careful. Tim Challies explains.
A Warning to Those Who Work With Words
John Divito gives four reasons we should be in the Psalms and how it refreshes and renews us.
How I Love the Psalms
I love Thomas Watson. This is a very short article on Watson’s view of contentment. It’ll only take about a minute or two to read, but it may help you with understanding contentment from a Christian point of view.
Have you realized that most of your unhappiness in life is due to the fact that you are listening to yourself instead of talking to yourself? These are words quoted by Brian Croft (originally: DMLJ) in his article about the pastor’s need for silence. Of course, this isn’t solely for pastors. Anyone would benefit from this article. Beth Moore put out an open letter today on how women in ministry are treated, and Thabiti Anyabwile responded with a heart-felt apology. David Matthis explains why Christians should fast, and Tom Hicks explains the gospels help in obedience to the law. D. A Carson has a video about a similar idea.
How the Gospel Enables Us to Keep God’s Good Law
What’s the Relationship Between Law and Gospel? (Carson Video)
Pastors in Silence: A Lost Spiritual Discipline
The Secret Benefit of Fasting
A Letter to My Brothers (Beth Moore)
An Apology to Beth Moore and My Sisters (Thabiti Anyabwile)