“…It will not be possible to compound for my own sins by denouncing those of others. That is a very cheap sort of virtue; bullying other people’s vices. The easiest thing in all the world is to be constantly denouncing popular faults; but to wring the neck of one of my own bosom sins is a harder work by far, and a much better sign of conversion. To be earnest against the sin of others may be praiseworthy, but it is no sign of grace in the heart; for natural men have been some of the greatest leaders in this matter. To loathe my own sin, to humble myself on account of my own personal faults, and to endeavor in the sight of God to renounce every false way, is a work of something more than human nature. … Unless you hate especially the besetting sin which is most congenial to your own nature, you need to be converted.” —Charles Spurgeon
“I find that when I think I am asking God to forgive me I am often in reality (unless I watch myself very carefully) asking Him to do something quite different. I am asking Him not to forgive me but to excuse me. But there is all the difference in the world between forgiving and excusing.” —C.S. Lewis
The valuable role of godly women: It’s Time For Women To Go To War.
Married couples need to remember this: Kids Aren’t The Priority. Marriage Is.
Parents, here are the 5 best gifts you can give your children.
For you science buffs, and for those interested in facts to use when debating Creation versus evolution, check out Myths Dressed As Science.
And here’s another great piece: Why Evolutionary Ethics Fails To Account For Objective Morality.
“We do not really believe in God unless we believe He is the God of the impossible!” —David Wilkerson