Sari-sari Takeaways 11/14

Why we click stupid links. By “stupid links,” I mean hyperlinks on the Web that do nothing but tap our kneejerk curiosity. They do little for us because they have little to offer. Worse, these vain hyperlinks gather into a browsing history that can reveal something tragic about the soul’s condition.”

Modesty matters: Imperishable beauty. “Sinful people want to be noticed. Peter writes, “Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair, the wearing of gold, or the putting on of clothing. Modesty is a virtue that shows love to others and brings glory to God through appropriate dress.”

Soaking the next generation in God’s Word. Jani Ortlund shares how she does her commitment on showing Christ to the next generation. She also points out the benefits soaking them on God’s Word.

John Macarthur responds to Strange Fire critics The one thing that got my attention is the question about: “What do you make of the stories of Muslims in closed countries having visions of Jesus that lead them to gospel preaching and saving faith?”

An evaluation of Muslim dreams and visions and their coming to Christ. The author here discusses the authenticity of the modern claims in the Arab who experience conversion without the instrumentality of the preaching of God’s Word.



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