Simple Biological Rules Affirm Creation

To paraphrase the title of a book on apologetics:  “I don’t have enough faith to be an atheist”….because it takes a lot of faith to believe that our universe is totally a random accident rather than a carefully created cosmos from the hand of personal Creator.  Here is a good article about the order we see in all biological systems……….

Source: Simple Biological Rules Affirm Creation

Interesting article!……………

One of the most popular verses in the Bible is Psalm 46:10: “Be still and know that I am God.” You can go into a Christian gift shop and find paperweights, wall plaques, t-shirts, and various other types of merchandise that prominently feature this verse. But what does it mean? Obviously, the verse speaks to…

via Be Still and Know That I Am God — EerdWord

It is hard to go wrong with any writings that originated with Charles Spurgeon.  Here is a book some might find helpful and uplifting………….

The great preacher, Charles Spurgeon, known for his gospel-oriented teachings and lifestyle, produced an inordinate amount of materials during his lifetime. Some are more well-known than others, but if it bears his name it is sought after. Included in those writings is one known as The Cheque Book of the Bank of Faith. Partnered with […]

via The Promises of God ~ A Book Review — Soli Deo Gloria

Randy Alcorn is one of my most favorite authors, and his articles always have something important and enlightening to say.  For example…………..

A common Old Testament word expressing truth, emeth, speaks of a dependable reality that’s solid and binding. Truth is the bedrock of human relationships (Exodus 20:16), involving an integrity of thoughts, speech, or actions. Over half the New Testament uses of truth, the Greek word aletheia, are in John’s Gospel. Truth is reality. What seems…

via God’s Truth Is at the Heart of the Spiritual Life — Randy Alcorn’s Blog

Depression is unfortunately in the news alot these days, but Christians DO get depressed.  Here is an article that may speak to someone……………….

 

For as long as I can remember, my battle with depression has been a constant theme in my life. What manifested itself, in my childhood, as a small dark storm cloud soon morphed, in my adult years, into a gigantically scary, but somewhat charming mansion. Indeed, when the pressures of life start to mount, the […]

via An Old Familiar Friend: My Love-Hate Relationship With Depression… — Prairie Flower Baptist Church