Hidden in the Heart – How the Internet weakens our memories and how that affects our call to hide God’s word in our hearts.
The Wit and Wisdom of G. K. Chesterton – The Ink Slinger puts together a list of some of Chesterton’s most quotable lines. If you haven’t read Chesterton ever, consider this a list of reasons why you should.
Grammar Goofs – An infographic, explaining 15 very common grammar errors that will make you silly. This is great. It should be handed out in schools everywhere.
Swagbucks: Free Amazon Gift Cards – I love Swagbucks. With no more effort than a handful of web searches a day, I’ve made $135 in Amazon gift cards. That’s a lot of free books! This link is to my post explaining how to sign up and earn gift cards. (For skeptical folks, no, this is not a scam. I’ve been using it for nearly a year now, and I’ve yet to get a virus or a flood of email spam.)
God will not hold us responsible to understand the mysteries of election, predestination and the divine sovereignty. The best and safest way to deal with these truths is to raise our eyes to God and in deepest reverence say, “O Lord, Thou knowest.” Those things belong to the deep and mysterious Profound of God’s omniscience. Prying into them may make theologians, but it will never make saints.
– A. W. Tozer in The Pursuit of God