Flotsam & Jetsam (4/10)

Gandhi Doesn’t Like Us – I love this article from Tim Challies: “Gandhi fabricated a Jesus of his own making and declared his affection only for this fictional character. He never liked the real thing.”

Book Review: A Tale of Two Sons – A great review of John MacArthur’s book by Michael Wright. I need to find myself a copy; it’s sounds like an awesome read.

Stop Looking- Josh writes, “The ostensible goal in dating, at least for a believer, is to learn someone’s character, to judge their compatibility, and to see if things ‘click.’ Once you get married, however, that mentality is no longer wise. It is devastating. When wives start to question whether their husband is a good fit, marriages crumble. When husbands wonder if other women might be more fun, they destroy the relationship.”

Book Giveaway: The Mystery of Providence – Well, what the heck are you waiting around here for? Go enter your name in the drawing!

He is for He – The latest bit of alphabetary awesomeness from Petra.

The One Question Everyone Needs To Answer Everyday – Great thoughts from Chief: “Let’s not pretend we can graduate from the gospel of Jesus and on to deeper things. The gospel is the deep thing. There is an ocean of grace here we will never plumb the depths of. And it is a ocean we need to be diligent to dive our hearts and minds into on a daily basis.”

“Doth God give us a Christ, and will He deny us a crust? If God doth not give us what we crave, He will give us what we need.” ~ Thomas Watson

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7 thoughts on “Flotsam & Jetsam (4/10)”

  1. Thank you for the shout out, Ink. I really needed a boost! :-) Those other links look awesome. Gandhi has fabricated a Jesus of his own making? Na! I thought he was different from everybody else. ;-)

  2. Just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying the Sherlock Holmes soundtrack. I have been on Spring break this week and working a lot on my blog – the only thing I have listened to was the soundtrack. (Amazing how well the music fit while I was working on the Hunger Games post earlier today)

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