Some great reading from today.
“Why do we take a railway guide and arrange for a particular journey? … Well, one has confidence in the reliability of these official publications. As a rule we are not put to shame! Now, just as we use a railway guide we must use our Bible. We must depend on God’s Word just as we depend on man’s word, only remembering that though man may not be able to carry out his promise, God will always fulfill what He has said.” —Hudson Taylor
More archeological finds in Israel confirm the historicity of the Bible: Canaanite Fortress Discovered.
Explain to me again how this is legal (or humane!): Nurse tells grisly tale of partial-birth abortions.
The New York Post finds that tanning salons are inspected more than abortion clinics.
Medical science shows stress in the home adversely effects chromosomes in kids.
“Distractions must be conquered or they will conquer us. So let us cultivate simplicity; let us want fewer things; let us walk in the Spirit; let us fill our minds with the Word of God and our hearts with praise. In that way we can live in peace even in such a distraught world as this.” —A.W. Tozer
“If indeed the name of the eternal God is named upon us, we are secure; for, as of old, a Roman had but to say Romanus sum, I am a Roman, and he could claim the protection of all the legions of the vast empire; so everyone who is a man of God has omnipotence as his guardian, and God will sooner empty heaven of angels then leave a saint without defense. Be braver than lions for the right, for God is with you.” —Charles Spurgeon
“How one learns to be thankful for each day on which one can still do something.” —Karl Barth