Flotsam & Jetsam (12/4)

Reel Quick – Every now and then, you stumble upon a little-known film that blows your mind. Jee-woon Kim’s The Good, the Bad, the Weird (2008) is one such film. Read my review and you’ll be left with eight good reasons to check it out for yourself.

It Truly Is A Wonderful Life – “Savor your chapter of the story and your place in the puzzle; your moment on the stage. Don’t spend your time envying someone else’s part, because then that envy will become your part.”

Christmas Comes But Once A Year – A bit of humor from Dr. Trueman.

Seven Studies with Politically Incorrect Findings – Great stuff. For example, did you know couples that share housework equally have a higher divorce rate? *ducks to avoid tomatoes thrown by rabid feminists*

Called to Repentance – If you haven’t been following the “Saturdays with Calvin” series on Persis’ blog, you should remedy that. Like, right now.

Linus or Manmas? – Scott Oliphint writes, “No denuded deity can provide real salvation. Scripture and history make no sense if the one who came to save us is only one of us. A kenotic Christmas is a Santa Claus Christmas; its focus is only on a special man, not the God-man.”

Thoughts About Titus 2:3-5 – An excellent post from Kim Shay.

A Great Transformation – A beautiful and solemn reminder from Spurgeon. Here’s an excerpt: “I will not say that you ought to know the day and the hour, but, depend upon it, if you are now what you were when you were born, you are in the gall of bitterness and in the bonds of iniquity.”

Word Cloud #18: Romans – A word cloud for my favorite book of the Bible.

“The Child in the Bethlehem manger was more than a sweet and innocent infant born in extraordinary circumstances. He was first and foremost the almighty God of the universe who humbly came to earth in human flesh to seek and to save the lost.” – John MacArthur

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