Daily Roundup

Black Pastors Group Launches Anti-Obama Campaign Around Gay Marriage – Looks like our current president might not be able to take things for granted any more.

Some Basic Thoughts About Manhood: Work – Part 3 of Thabiti Anyabwile’s discussion on manhood.

Our Relentless War With Sin – John MacArthur looks at the war we wage everyday against sin.

Stop Preaching to Yourself, Do Something – Yes, we need to remind ourselves of the Gospel, but, more importantly, we need to act on the Gospel.

Reformed Fellowship Outlook Magazine Archives – Download issues of Outlook, a magazine produced by the Reformed Fellowship, Inc group.

Quote:

The preacher is above all others distinguished as a man of prayer. – Charles Spurgeon

Daily Roundup

School Wants to Oust Church Over Anti-Gay Sermons – A sign of the times!  SBC Church faces eviction because the pastor has the courage to preach what the Bible says about the homosexual lifestyle.

10 Books (and One Letter) Every New Calvinist Needs To Read – Keith Mathison lists some reads he thinks those who hold to the Doctrines of Grace should read.

Not Baby Talk – Frank Turk writes about how asking God for help could be like being the Tin Man and asking Oz the Great and Powerful for help.

What Happens to Infants Who Die? – Not sure I agree with everything said here, but Jesse Johnson opened a door that I need to look at and study more!

When Should I Correct and When Should I Let It Go – Justin Taylor lays out a chart and words of wisdom on the fruitfulness of conflict among us.

Some Basic Thoughts on Manhood: Worship – Thabiti Anywbwile continues with part 2 of his thoughts on manhood.

A Quote from J. C. Ryle:

Would we know, for another thing, the strength of a true Christian’s foundation for hope? Let us often read these first five verses of John’s Gospel. Let us mark that the Savior in whom the believer is bid to trust is nothing less than the Eternal God, One able to save to the uttermost all that come to the Father by Him. He that was “with God,” and “was God,” is also “Emmanuel, God with us.” Let us thank God that our help is laid on One that is mighty. (Psalm 89:19.) In ourselves we are great sinners. But in Jesus Christ we have a great Savior. He is a strong foundation-stone, able to bear the weight of a world’s sin. He that believes on Him shall not be confounded. (1 Peter 2:6.)

Daily Roundup

Wherever riches have increased, the essence of religion has decreased – A quote from Charles Wesley that is brought to light in an article on Prosperity by Margaret Manning.

God Cannot Deny Himself – Sounds pretty narcissistic, but it is a factual reality.  For God to deny himself would mean he isn’t God.  A message from John Piper.

Sinners in a Fishbowl – Barnabas Piper, John Piper’s son, talks about being a preachers kid.

Bible Study group no longer welcome at McDonald’s – And to think I stopped at one this morning to grab a cup of coffee.  Hmmmm.

Some Basic Thoughts on Manhood – Thabiti Anyabwile (yes, that is his name) opens up and talks about the topic of manhood.