A few quotes/articles I've really liked (or thought I'd like, once I get the time to thoroughly read them) have crossed my desk in the last few days.
First, a few things pertaining to suffering from last week:
1 -- Paul Tripp continues his meditations on Psalm 27. I'd flitted in and out of his blog until I picked up and memorized Psalm 27 a few weeks ago. Since it's so much in my mind, I find that his meditations are totally resonating with me now. What a rich portion of God's Word!
2 -- Mel linked to this article. For some reason I couldn't get my web browser to stay on the page, so I had to print it out, but it is excellent. Maybe some highlights when I've read the whole thing :)
3 -- Andree Seu continued in her profound brevity; I particularly loved her conclusion: "There is much we don’t see behind the curtain. And where can I go? He has the words of life."
* From a much-linked interview with Tim Keller by First Things: "We do not want a crowd of spectators. We want a community."
* Tim Challies linked an article from Matthias Media about the fad of letting little girls (especially in the church) call themselves "princess." This is one of my huge pet peeves; if/when I have children, I will never let them wear those shirts, or - worse -the shorts that have snooty phrases on the butt. The article is too long to read at work, but I'm definitely going to be reading it later.
Thursday, February 28, 2008
Things I've liked
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