Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander. By Phil Robertson.
The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty. By Willie and Korie Robertson.
And the Mountains Echoed. By Khaled Hosseini.
A Tale of Two Cities. By Charles Dickens.
Animal Farm. By George Orwell.
**I have discovered a connection between the first two books and last book on my list. If Orwell would have known the Robertsons back in the day, they could have put an end to all that mess on the Animal Farm!
In our study on prayer yesterday from Matthew 9:35-38, the theological tension of prayer became evident. It is a question all of us have probably pondered from time to time, even if we did not consider it a “theological tension.”...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
In our series on prayer, we looked at Luke’s version of the Lord’s Prayer last week and Matthew’s version this past Sunday. Studying those two texts back to back raises an interesting question. Are we supposed to repeat our...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
In Luke 11:1-13, Jesus teaches on prayer in response to a request from one of His disciples. The main point of the parable found in Luke 11:5-8 seems to be “persistence will be rewarded.” I take this as the understanding of the parable...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The trend of our present culture is without a doubt the acceptance of homosexuality as an alternative lifestyle and the pursuit of expanding the definition of marriage to legally include gay couples. It has become the daily media diet with...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
“The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.” The point is, if you want your prayers answered, you want a righteous person praying for you or you need to be a righteous person. Right? So who is a righteous...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The Cross of Christ. By John R.W. Stott. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1986, 2006. This is a must read, must re-read, classic work on the atonement! It is thorough, balanced, pastoral, and biblical. Stott provides helpful analysis of the major...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The doctrine of revelation is usually classified under two main headings, general and special. General revelation refers to creation (vv1-6). God speaks to all of humanity through His creation and reveals His existence. Special revelation refers...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
At least these three observations can be drawn from Psalm 19:7-11. Scripture is a word of grace because Scripture is an immeasurable, God-given treasure. It is perfect (without error); it is sure (it is not misleading); it is right (it is...[ abbreviated | read entire ]